Originally Posted by thezaks
I'm a real person, and my preference thus far has always been "no correction", even though I have zero acoustical treatments. Keeping in mind though that the only correction I've experienced thus far is (up to) Audyssey MultEQ XT32 (in various processors and forms) and Arcam's room correction. I would like to hear McIntosh's correction and others, and it's very possible that I would like those better than "no correction". If that ends up being the case, then "subjectively" for "me", some corrections are not to my taste and other(s) sound right to me. For me, no matter how good the objective data looks, it still may not be my preference.
I would concur, even though I utilize digital sources, I have never liked excessive digital processing and I put Audyssey in that category. I do however let the Velodyne EQ itself. I have been impressed by the SP3 but now would love to hear the MX-151 and it's Room Perfect.
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