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Old 11-19-2013, 08:03 PM - Thread Starter
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In expectation of new fronts/center, im mentally preparing for the calibration task...
i have the SC63 - advanced mcacc

is there a way to run the calibration to integrate the new fronts/center or do i have to run the full auto again?
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run it again smile.gif

that's the only way it'll know how to measure & calibrate your new ones. new speakers...yummie biggrin.gif what are you getting?

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Yep, you have to run MCACC again.

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