I had to run a new calibration last week because I changed speakers and ended up making a mistake in my setup and ended up re-running the calibration. This got me wondering how the calibration works and if I really needed to rerun the setup. The mistake I made was I lowered the crossover for my mains from 50Hz to 40Hz but forgot to also lower the subs to 40Hz. I noticed while watching a movie that the bass was very boomy by times which led me to go back into the menu and discover the mistake. I corrected it and contined to use the system for a day before I re-calibrated. The boominess went away but since I wasn't sure if a calibration had to be redone I played it safe and did it anyways.
When the auto calibration runs does it use the cross over settings when sending out all of the test tones to the mics (EQ, distance and levels) or does it run/consider each speaker full range while calibrating and the crossovers are merely applied overtop of the results once completed?
Concerning the EQ bug. There is a known bug in the EQ affecting some of the settings i.e. Low, Medium, High and Max. Some work properly but others have a bug. Does anyone know which are the unaffected ones, I can't rememeber. This info used to be over on the SMR forums but that hasn't come back on-line in months. I noticed after my calibration that my setting was set at Medium. I'm sure I always had it running higher but can't remember if it was High or Max and want to be sure when I bump it up I'm not setting it to the one with the bug.