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I like how it sounds, except the lowest range I need to dial down for neighbors' sake(My system is one pair of CF-70s). However I don't see a manual EQ option when I have audyssey enabled, also the tone adjustment option for bass and treble is gone with audyssey enabled. Is there any way to do it?
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Does your receiver have Dynamic EQ? If so turn that off and your bass will be reduced.
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Sorry, no.

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Does your receiver have Dynamic EQ? If so turn that off and your bass will be reduced.

I do but it pretty much cuts out bass way more then I want it to.

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Sorry, no.

Dang.

I think I'll just fool with manual EQ, It's just a shame they don't let you edit the EQ. I'm able to see it, just can't edit it


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I think I'll just fool with manual EQ, It's just a shame they don't let you edit the EQ. I'm able to see it, just can't edit it

Note that what you can see is a very crude EQ representation which actually can be edited using the "Manual EQ - Adjust CH" and "Manual EQ - Base Curve Copy" settings (p. 53); however, doing so disengages the Audyssey filters.

You might also want to try adjusting the "Reference Level Offset" setting (p. 52) to 10db which will reduce the added bass effect as well as improve center channel dialog for TV and music sources.

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