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Originally Posted by Mongo171
What you thought you gained with the 112, you lost from the 115 due to compensation..
I appreciate your comment, but I am curious how you think I would lose anything from the R-115SW? When Sub EQ HT pings the subs initially it is ONLY applying the relative distance and level corrections. It then pings them together to create the MultEQ XT32 correction filters for the combined acoustical response. The improvement with the addition of the R-112SW is dramatic. There is incredibly seamless transition between all my speakers I still have ALL the low end response from the R-115SW beast. I base this on listening to my reference music and movies which I know well.
- Onkyo P304 Pre-Amp, Onkyo M504 Amp, Bose 901 x 2.
- Sony STR-DE197, Bose 301 x 2. - Technics SA-424, JBL L110 x 2.
- Denon AVR-X4300H, Klipsch 7.2.2 - RP-260F x 2, RP-450C, RB-61 II x 4, R-115SW, R-112SW, RP-140SA x 2
- Denon AVR-X2200W, Klipsch 6.1 - RB-61 II x 2, RP-250C, R-25C, R-15M x 2, R-112SW.
- Onkyo HT-R510, Onkyo SKS-HT200 6.1 (SKF-200F x2, SKF-200C, SKM-200S x 3, SKW-200).