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Is there any chance of the xx12s supporting Dolby Atmos through a firmware update? (I have a 3312.)
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Sorry, but no. Only the 2014 and newer models will support Atmos as doing so requires 4 DSPs, while the 3312CI only has 1 DSP.

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Hello , I have a denon 1712 and I ran audyssey multeq xt. The speakers I have for fronts are the jbl studio 530 and the matching center 520c for surrounds I have some htib onkyo speakers the sub is the xv15. After running audyssey it set my fronts to full band ,center full band and surrounds 120hz . It set the crossover freq For the fronts 40hz ,center 40hz And surrounds 120hz. Am new to the audyssey stuff and I always thought the crossovers should be set at 80hz ?? So why did it set my fronts to 40hz and center ? Is that normal or should I change them to 80hz. I'm just a bit confused and hoping this is the rite set up for my system . Also it ask me if I wanted to turn on dynamic which I did . Should I leave dynamic on or turn off?? What is it for normally?

Front L +2.0db
Front r +2.0db
Center +2.0db
Subwoofer +2.5db
Surround L +0.0
Surround R - 0.5

Again I just wanna make sure I ran audyssey the rite way and hope I'm not missing anything . Thanks


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Yes, you'll want to raise the FL/C/FR crossovers up to 80Hz and leave the surrounds at 120Hz. Generally Dyn EQ should be left on for all sources and Dyn Vol set to on for TV view and late night viewing where you don't want to disturb others (although personal preference applies).

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Ok will do. Also one more thing when I'm watching tv show, football game the fronts center seem low to me I have to raise the volume up. Is there anything I should change ? Thanks again.


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A couple of options:
(a) Set Dynamic Volume to ON/Medium and also set the Dyn EQ Reference Level Offset to 10db, or
(b) Simply boost the center channel volume

Also make sure the center speaker is not just sitting flat on the shelf, rather it should be angled up towards your head and if do that, run Audyssey again.

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Ok I will try that when I get off work and will let you know . Thanks


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