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Hey

I have changed room from big to small and the sound is not good. For the first time in my life i have to use room correction (Audyssy/Mcacc) then playing music.

Why is that?

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Because each room is different? You have both Audyssey and MCACC?

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Because each room is different? You have both Audyssey and MCACC?

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Yes Onkyo and Pioneer.

The sound is like night and day with room correction on/off now. Before it was very small
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You tried each avr to see if much different? smile.gif

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You tried each avr to see if much different? smile.gif

Yes, but with different speakers:rolleyes:. But the same conclusion. Now the speakers sounds recessed and like haveing a blanket over them with room correction off
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