I currently have a Denon 890, and am considering getting the X2000 for network/3D/4K. Wondering if the X2000 (or other model Denon) support a similar feature as MCACC that Pioneer offer (from the Pioneer manual)?
This system allows you to store up to six MCACC presets,
allowing you to calibrate your system for different
listening positions (or frequency adjustments for the
same listening position).1 This is useful for alternate
settings to match the kind of source you’re listening to
and where you’re sitting (for example, watching movies
from a sofa, or playing a video game close to the TV).
I listen to music (via Last.fm & Xbox360) in one part of my room (to workout), and movies (via Netflix & Xbox360) on the couch in a different part of the room. Every time I move between the locations, I have to change the channel levels manually. Is there anyway to tell the receiver to store channel levels for different listening positions but using the same input source. I realize if I were to pick a different source it could use different Audyssey settings (via Quick Select), but I only have one source for all my uses.