Well other then the gui that I dont like, and lack of keyboard in the app I must say I am very impressed with it. I went from a yamaha 663 to denon 3311 to yamaha 773 (again apologize for posting but the other 773 thread is dead), i dont know why but the yamaha is just so clear. The denon was more boomy, but the detail and clearness of the yamaha is fantastic as well as speaker separation in the surrounds. I am not even sure why or what goes into an avr to help with this.
I also wish the blue tooth dongle was not so much, or it would come built in, i use apple but i always have someone visiting that has an android, i could get them to download dlna app but its easier if they want to pair using bluetooth and listen, but im having trouble finding the yamaha adapter for cheap. At least that will ship to canada.
Multipoint yapo i actually found pretty good, it set my backs to large but I may run it again, Audyssey xt once set my center to large. Distances were pretty spot on and bass crossover was also accurately set to 80. I also did not have to crank it way down to get it to run with yapo like I had to with audyssey xt, or else it would ruin the results and then you had to turn it back up manually if you wanted, but that seemed to defeat the purpose of the calibration to me. It also did not destroy music for me like audyssey did, many probably probably just use pure to get around it, but i like 7 channel stereo and i had to always manually select flat to get decent sound, but even as a sound and vision review of the x3000 pointed out, for multi channel music even flat sounded a bit muddy.
I am no expert but so far it sounds fantastic.
Just curious if you guys use flat or natural for your PEQ?