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Originally Posted by Kal Rubinson View Post

However, correction filters for the sub-critical range and more broad-band tonal adjustments above that is a useful functional arrangement.
That's essentially how XT32 works (the big change from all previous versions of Audyssey room correction).

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Lexicon vs Integra

Hi all, I have a Lexicon MV5 and an Integra DHC 40.2 used as the hearts of 2 systems. The Lexicon is by far the better sounding unit for music and its a toss up for Theater between the two. The big factor for me is the Integra has been in the shop 4 times for repairs for no sound, no hdmi switching, no video etc and the Lexicon has been flawless.
Have a look at the forum threads regarding the reliability of the Integra/Onkyo stuff.
BTW, Integra is just rebadged Onkyo with a higher price tag....IMHO only of course.
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