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The "Official" Denon AVR-4311CI/AVR-A100 thread [NO PRICE TALK]

Is there a way to reset the Audyssey settings without resetting the whole AVR? I've moved to a new house and need to recalibrate the speaker settings, but don't want to lose all my other custom labels, etc.


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Is there a way to reset the Audyssey settings without resetting the whole AVR? I've moved to a new house and need to recalibrate the speaker settings, but don't want to lose all my other custom labels, etc.


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Yes, it's easy; just run the Audyssey calibration in the new location once you have everything plugged in and the speakers placed and toed in where you want them. Running an Audyssey calibration doesn't change other settings not related to the speakers.

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Yes, it's easy; just run the Audyssey calibration in the new location once you have everything plugged in and the speakers placed and toed in where you want them. Running an Audyssey calibration doesn't change other settings not related to the speakers.
I thought the AVR saved all the individual calibrations and used them to come to the final settings? Sounds like each time we run Audyssey it starts fresh?

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I thought the AVR saved all the individual calibrations and used them to come to the final settings? Sounds like each time we run Audyssey it starts fresh?
Yes, Audyssey has to start fresh because it's really a room correction system, not a speaker correction system. If you move your speakers to a new room (or even move them around), the interactions of the speakers with the room and its contents will inevitably change. So you have to rerun Audyssey or else live with a calibration that is irrelevant to your new location. However, your input labels and other settings in your AVR, which have nothing to do with speaker settings, remain unchanged when you run Audyssey.

Rerunning Audyssey is an annoyance, but it really isn't that complicated or time=-consumming, especially if you have a mic boom and adapter to make mic placement easier:
"Official" Audyssey thread (FAQ in post #51779)

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Rerunning Audyssey is an annoyance, but it really isn't that complicated or time=-consumming, especially if you have a mic boom and adapter to make mic placement easier
I disagree. I enjoy running the Audyssey process. I do it every few months whether I need to or not.

I usually need to because I'm constantly moving something or adding something.

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I disagree. I enjoy running the Audyssey process. I do it every few months whether I need to or not.

I usually need to because I'm constantly moving something or adding something.
Glad it's not an annoyance for you, but the OP was worried abnout deleting all the settings if Audyssey was rerun and didn't want to do through the trouble of recalibration after a change of venue--in that situation, recalibration is a necessity, annoyance or not...

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Glad it's not an annoyance for you, but the OP was worried abnout deleting all the settings if Audyssey was rerun and didn't want to do through the trouble of recalibration after a change of venue--in that situation, recalibration is a necessity, annoyance or not...
I agree with that. My point was, if you have to re-do it, it can be enjoyable.

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I agree with that. My point was, if you have to re-do it, it can be enjoyable.
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