Originally Posted by Geronimo.USMC
Well, I asked logitech support to add the codes & sent them the IR codes posted here a few pages back. hopefully they will be integrated by Sat.
Updates on my receiver:
The Audyssey "freeze" bug at "Saving... 99%" has not happened again, i've ran Audyssey 6 times since it happened. No idea what caused the first issue, but it works now.
My only issues now are:
1) HDMI Handshake issues with popcorn hour. Seems to be related to the screensaver on the device.
2) Audyssey settings seem wierd to me, but sound great.
As I stated before, I use a 14x9 room designed for a 3 person home theater. Using 2x Klipsch RF-82s, 1x Klipsch RC-62, 4x Klipsch RS-52s. Fronts are bi-amped with the height inputs. These speakers are so efficient that Audyssey likes to set them to -12dB which is my receiver's max. Which has got me slightly worried.
Subwoofer: 1 spkr
Surround Back: Small - 2 spkr
Front Wide: None
Front L: 8.8FT
Front R: 8.7FT
Surr L: 4.7FT
Surr R: 4.7FT
Surr Back L: 4.4FT
Surr Back R: 4.3FT
Front L: -10.5dB
Front R: -11.5dB
Center: -12.0dB (Slightly concerned about this.)
Surr L: -12.0dB (Slightly concerned about this.)
Surr. R: -12.0dB (Slightly concerned about this.)
Surr Back L: -12.0dB (Slightly concerned about this.)
Surr Back R: -12.0db (Slightly concerned about this.)
Front: Full Band
Center: 40Hz (Slightly concerned about this.)
Surround: 60Hz (Slightly concerned about this.)
Surr. Back: 60Hz(Slightly concerned about this.)
With these settings i'm using normal Audyssey (not flat), with DynamicEQ at 0db, and Dynamic Volume OFF. Does this seem right? I've ran Audyssey 3x, with the lights off, dead silent, and only the receiver on just as the manual states. I even removed the clocks from the room. Same results all 3 times.