Originally Posted by jaymalya
What kind of adjustments are needed for DynEq or DynVol? I have a Denon 3311 & I turned off both DynEQ & DynVol as it feels too much muddy bass
I have a Denon 1911 and a Denon 2112. If you have not already done so, I'd recommend you read Batpig's site
which is excellent and contains several links regarding Audyssey. I'm sure you could also get plenty of expert help in the Denon 3311 thread in the Amps & Receivers section of this forum.
For DynEq, I'd suggest looking at this page
of Audyssey's FAQ's. Scroll all the way to the bottom of the page for settings for recommended settings for different material. Don't forget you can adjust these as needed to achieve the best results for your setup.Here
is one page from Audyssey's site which explains DynVol and the effects each has on the sound. I found the best way to pick a DynVol setting is simply to try each for a little while and see which sounds best.
In my setups I have found the recommended DynEQ offsets to be what I prefer. Your choice of DynVol settings will likely heavily depend upon how much large swings in volume bother you or the people in the other parts of your house. In one of my setups, I have it switched off on all sources. In the other, I have it set to "Day" (the "lightest" setting) for all sources.
Audyssey improved the sound of my living room setup tremendously. I'm certain I would not have been able to achieve a sound anywhere near as good without it. After that experience, when I put the 1911 in my bedroom and replaced my tiny speakers with the Aperions, I didn't even bother to try listening prior to running Audyssey. It also sounds terrific.