The "Official" Yamaha AVENTAGE RX-A1030, RX-A2030, RX-A3030 and CX-A5000/MX-A5000 Thread - Page 126 - AVS Forum | Home Theater Discussions And Reviews
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my 2030 set sub1 lowest feq as
feq: 39.4
db:1.5
q:1.26

sub 2
feq: 62.5
db: -0.5
q:1.587
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Got the 2030 because I wanted to utilize all 9 of my speakers.
Disappointed to find that PLIIx does not use the front heights.
Also all of the DSP Music modes do not use the back surrounds or center channel with 2.0 so even with 9 speakers only 6 are getting a signal. Seems kinda stupid since even my lowly 7.2 675 also drove 6 speakers in the DSP Music modes.

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...Receivers with audyssey can't process audio any faster than 48khz. They slow it down first. Not yamaha.
Is there evidence that YPAO with RSC leaves a signal at 96 kHz if that is what is coming in?

Regarding correction of the sub band, XT32 is relatively good if you have two subs. If you have more than two subs you will still need an external measurement and EQ solution unless the positions and sub setups are balanced vs. MLP. For that reason I like that YPAO allows a manual mode that copies over the other settings (such as the time domain and what is happening at higher frequencies). For plug and play, XT32 is better. For one with tolerance for tweaking, the additional cost of sub EQ and room measurement doesn't have to be that high, making YPAO possibly a better choice.

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You guys run multi-point (vs single-point) YPAO even if its only for a single person in a chair at the MLP?
Wondering if single might be better for such a small are whereas multi would be better for several people sitting on a couch.
I dont wanna compromise my MLP for other positions that never have anyone there.

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You guys run multi-point (vs single-point) YPAO even if its only for a single person in a chair at the MLP?
Wondering if single might be better for such a small are whereas multi would be better for several people sitting on a couch.
I dont wanna compromise my MLP for other positions that never have anyone there.
I use multi, start at the MLP then move a foot left then right of MLP and forward and back of MLP. I think giving the system more data points allow it to eq the room better.
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You guys run multi-point (vs single-point) YPAO even if its only for a single person in a chair at the MLP?.
With my RX-A820 it would adjust the level, distance, etc. based on the average of all scan positions so I found multi-point useless. Since unless all of the positions averaged out to exactly my "sweet spot" it was out of whack. I posted images of such a long time ago (of the EQ results). I don't know if it still does it with the newer releases. Multi-position would be highly helpful in the higher frequencies... not so much in the lower.
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