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You answered your own question....
I was asking what others do, I was curious.
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For those with Audyssey receivers, do you use DynaEQ with music when listening at moderate to low levels?

I got a V1500 last week. With DynaEQ, no bass level boost, and music at moderate, low levels (-35 to -40 with five channels), the bass notes overpower the music with thud, thud, thud, etc. With DynaEQ turned off and bass level boosted 2 to 3 dB, it sounds better with the bass not standing as it does with DynaEQ turned on.
At -35 to -40 MV, dyneq boosts a whole lot which is why it's bass heavy and your system sounds unbalance. I leave dyneq off all the time for both movie and music. I just boosts my bass another 6db on top of what I had which was 2db hot from Aud setting.
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I was asking what others do, I was curious.
I turn Ypao volume off when listening to blu rays or lossless music tracks. HD cable or other compressed audio formats I turn it on. It over exaggerates the low end(especially at lower volumes) with lossless audio. jmo
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I was asking what others do, I was curious.
When I had a Denon X2000 with Audyssey XT, I had to leave DEQ off as well. With it on the bass was over powering from my XV15 (as well as the surrounds due to the surround level increase).

I ended up leaving DEQ off all of the time, however I did run my sub 4db hot from what Audyssey calibrated. That helped with bass impact at lower MV levels, without being ridiculous like it was with DEQ.
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When I had a Denon X2000 with Audyssey XT, I had to leave DEQ off as well. With it on the bass was over powering from my XV15 (as well as the surrounds due to the surround level increase).

I ended up leaving DEQ off all of the time, however I did run my sub 4db hot from what Audyssey calibrated. That helped with bass impact at lower MV levels, without being ridiculous like it was with DEQ.
Thanks. I have a current 2000 series. So you turned it off for everything? I definitely like it off for music but have not tried it off on movies nor TV yet, but will tonight when I watch.
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Thanks. I have a current 2000 series. So you turned it off for everything? I definitely like it off for music but have not tried it off on movies nor TV yet, but will tonight when I watch.
Yes, I ended up turning of off for all inputs, all of the time. When you first turn it off (especially after being used to it on for a long time) it will sound thin, but if you give it a fair chance, you'll realize that the clarity and detail is far superior, as is the accuracy of the sound.

DEQ is like a loud, wild, crazy, hot girl - fun for a night or two, but it gets really old, really fast.
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For those with Audyssey receivers, do you use DynaEQ with music when listening at moderate to low levels?

I got a V1500 last week. With DynaEQ, no bass level boost, and music at moderate, low levels (-35 to -40 with five channels), the bass notes overpower the music with thud, thud, thud, etc. With DynaEQ turned off and bass level boosted 2 to 3 dB, it sounds better with the bass not standing as it does with DynaEQ turned on.
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You answered your own question...leave dynamic eq off. all it does is boost the low end which will overly exaggerate the bass response...especially if you are already running the sub hot.

Dynamic EQ and Ypao Volume have their place do not get me wrong. They seem to work best for compressed audio formats where the bass is neutered. Blur Rays or Lossless music formats, I would leave all the extra dsp enhancements turned off for the most accurate sound quality.
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Yes, I ended up turning of off for all inputs, all of the time. When you first turn it off (especially after being used to it on for a long time) it will sound thin, but if you give it a fair chance, you'll realize that the clarity and detail is far superior, as is the accuracy of the sound.

DEQ is like a loud, wild, crazy, hot girl - fun for a night or two, but it gets really old, really fast.
I love DynEQ! Believe me, I've tried with it off...bumped the sub trim substantially & cranked the Bass tone control...and I just don't like it. I think this may be a small vs. large room thing. It seems to me that most folks who prefer DynEQ off have small(er) rooms...the lack of DynEQ being compensated for by room gain.

That being said...once I get the new, third sub integrated I'm probably gonna give it another go as I like to exhaust all scenarios when I make any change to the system.
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^^ like DBone mentioned, leave dyneq off for a week and bump subs up 5-6db in addition to how hot you were running and report back. I was disappointed when I first had it off since I was having it on for 2 plus years.
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^^ like DBone mentioned, leave dyneq off for a week and bump subs up 5-6db in addition to how hot you were running and report back.
To a large degree if you "bump" the sub(s) isn't the only difference really the surrounds aren't getting "bumped" as well at lower levels? Outside of the fixed (level) bump doesn't "adjust" itself to various listening levels.

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^^ Correct. Instead of having dyneq on which can make things sound worst, I just bump up the subs to my taste. At my normal -15MV listening level, dyneq boosts my bass about 6db that was verified by REW measurement. Dyneq also boosts the high end frequency. I am using Aud Flat curve with dyneq off.
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You're a close second and it looks like you may catch me.
I've had 7 PSA subs, if you count the others subs I have had that Tom was responsible for (SVS) it jumps to 18
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^^ Correct. Instead of having dyneq on which can make things sound worst, I just bump up the subs to my taste. At my normal -15MV listening level, dyneq boosts my bass about 6db that was verified by REW measurement. Dyneq also boosts the high end frequency. I am using Aud Flat curve with dyneq off.
I'll definitely give it another go without DynEQ...but I have a question for you non-DynEQ'ers.

If you set your preferred bass level to your "normal" listening level (mine is typically -15MV to -10MV), what do you do when you want to watch a movie late at night and have to have the MV at -20 ,-25 or even lower?? Do you just crank the sub trim to compensate?
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I'll definitely give it another go without DynEQ...but I have a question for you non-DynEQ'ers.

If you set your preferred bass level to your "normal" listening level (mine is typically -15MV to -10MV), what do you do when you want to watch a movie late at night and have to have the MV at -20 ,-25 or even lower?? Do you just crank the sub trim to compensate?
I do if I remember. I believe the presets in the Denon can achieve different settings for this purpose.
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If you set your preferred bass level to your "normal" listening level (mine is typically -15MV to -10MV), what do you do when you want to watch a movie late at night and have to have the MV at -20 ,-25 or even lower?? Do you just crank the sub trim to compensate?
Here's their chart... as I listen well below reference and at different levels (even scene to scene) I find it smarter than me in computing the proper "offsets"



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^^ like DBone mentioned, leave dyneq off for a week and bump subs up 5-6db in addition to how hot you were running and report back. I was disappointed when I first had it off since I was having it on for 2 plus years.
So...I tried turning off DynEQ last night and my first impressions are positive!

I turned up the sub trim 6db and boosted the bass to +6...that was too much, I ended up with the subs +5db and the bass boost at +3.

Pros: I am getting MUCH more bass from my mains now (=more mid-bass slam), music sounds more "open" for some reason (soundstage has expanded), bass in music is tighter and more focused (probably due to the increase in mid-bass from the mains).

Cons: Was able to localize my nearfield sub much more (crossover at 120hz, I lowered it to 90hz and took care of that), the ULF in movies seemed to have less impact (however, I wasn't able to crank it since it was late, I was at -20MV to -25MV).


All-in-all I think this is something I am going to pursue more when I get my third sub (tomorrow!). I think after I get REW out and do some serious tweaking, I may just be swayed to the darkside (DynEQ OFF).
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^^ like you, I found it is more open sound and cleaner with dyneq off. I don't know why it causes your sub more localize. At -20 to -25MV, you are used to the tremendous bass boost with dyneq and therefore feel it less impact with ulf without dyneq. As I mentioned, bump up your sub trim another db or two or even better add a +8db lowshelf (what I have) and all of your bass is coming back along with clear and open sound top end without dyneq. By the way, I prefer Aud flat with dyneq off. Have you tried?
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I turned up the sub trim 6db and boosted the bass to +6...that was too much, I ended up with the subs +5db and the bass boost at +3.
What is the difference between those two things? On my Denon X2000W, I see nothing indicating bass boost besides Subwoofer Level Adjust. I have a Subwoofer Level Adjust option, but I think that just allows me to set the subwoofer line level. I see no way to adjust bass. What would such an option be called usually?

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^^ like you, I found it is more open sound and cleaner with dyneq off. I don't know why it causes your sub more localize. At -20 to -25MV, you are used to the tremendous bass boost with dyneq and therefore feel it less impact with ulf without dyneq. As I mentioned, bump up your sub trim another db or two and all of your bass is coming back along with clear and open sound top end without dyneq. By the way, I prefer Aud flat with dyneq off. Have you tried?
I did go back and forth with Audyssey and Audyssey Flat but haven't made a final decision yet. Like I said, tomorrow I will have the whole day to tweak...hoping FedEx shows up with the new sub in the morning.


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What is the difference between those two things? On my Denon X2000W, I see nothing indicating bass boost besides Subwoofer Level Adjust. I have a Subwoofer Level Adjust option, but I think that just allows me to set the subwoofer line level. I see no way to adjust bass. What would such an option be called usually?
When you disable DynEQ, the Tone controls become available under the Audio menu (Bass & Treble). That is what I was referring to as "Bass" boost.
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When you disable DynEQ, the Tone controls become available under the Audio menu (Bass & Treble). That is what I was referring to as "Bass" boost.

Thanks, I found it after turning off DynEQ.

So the difference would be Subwoofer Line Adjust adjusts the signal strength to subwoofer, whereas bass tonal adjust overall bass tones to all speakers?
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^^^

I think that's how it works. I believe the Bass tone control only effects bass below 150hz or so, but (in my very recent and limited experience) it will pump up the mid-bass nicely (if your mains are capable of it).
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Turning the bass tone +3dB with DynaEQ off, and subwoofer trim +3dB seems to blend better for my set-up. Thanks for telling me how to adjust bass and treble tones.
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So...I tried turning off DynEQ last night and my first impressions are positive!

I turned up the sub trim 6db and boosted the bass to +6...that was too much, I ended up with the subs +5db and the bass boost at +3.

Pros: I am getting MUCH more bass from my mains now (=more mid-bass slam), music sounds more "open" for some reason (soundstage has expanded), bass in music is tighter and more focused (probably due to the increase in mid-bass from the mains).

Cons: Was able to localize my nearfield sub much more (crossover at 120hz, I lowered it to 90hz and took care of that), the ULF in movies seemed to have less impact (however, I wasn't able to crank it since it was late, I was at -20MV to -25MV).


All-in-all I think this is something I am going to pursue more when I get my third sub (tomorrow!). I think after I get REW out and do some serious tweaking, I may just be swayed to the darkside (DynEQ OFF).
So I assume you were running 5-6 hot from Audyssey setup and DynEQ on. With the EQ off you run 10-12 hot?
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So I assume you were running 5-6 hot from Audyssey setup and DynEQ on. With the EQ off you run 10-12 hot?
I was running 7 hot with DynEQ, now running 12 hot. Won't see really how hot I am until I run REW...but I'm guessing around 9-10db above the average of the mains.
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So I assume you were running 5-6 hot from Audyssey setup and DynEQ on. With the EQ off you run 10-12 hot?
Depends on what MV you listen that you were listening to 10-12 or much more hot anyway with dyneq on.
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Depends on what MV you listen that you were listening to 10-12 or much more hot anyway with dyneq on.
Good point.
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Good point.
With my setup now I run 6 hot. This puts me a -1 on the trim of my Onkyo. Any risks of clipping moving the trim to +6 or +8?
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With my setup now I run 6 hot. This puts me a -1 on the trim of my Onkyo. Any risks of clipping moving the trim to +6 or +8?
Yes, there can be. I plan on bumping up the gain on the subs themselves once I decide on a desired level.
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