Originally Posted by IntelliVolume
Nope. Didn't like the film and don't have a 3D display or player.
Too bad, it's a good one; visually (in 3D) and auditory (awesome surround sound).
Originally Posted by Intelli
Ahhhhhh....so you DON'T believe a couch's seatback can be used instead of a tripod?
Abso!utely not! Ever never ever never ever!
Originally Posted by Volume
Apparently it's not that great because when you originally told me about the LPF aspect and discussed with me keeping my crossover knob turned all the way up or on bypass if possible, you also made it very clear that the PHASE switch should be on NOTHING but 0 degrees (from your days over at High Def Digest
Ahhhh, finally, that's where.
...AVS has a fantastic Audyssey Setup Guide; did you ever look @ it?
Keith (Barnes) I believe has the link in its sig. ...Yep, he does.
Originally Posted by IV
And you knew at that point that I was running a 605...
At any rate, you also agreed with me that if a sub is positioned on the SAME WALL as the main speakers/center/display, the phase should always be at zero; the 180 degree and other possibilities should only be experimented with, you agreed, when a sub is placed in an irregular location such as side wall or the back of a room...
I would need to have all the past coordinates of your setup, and would love to make your experience more pleasurable with your Onkyo 605 receiver with Audyssey 2EQ, I truly would, as of now you prefer Audyssey disengaged and I don't blame you for one drop of a doubt.
* It is by helping nice people like you that we all learn to advance together. ...Is there another thread where you discussed these matters regarding 2EQ in your 605 and preferring without engaging it?
...Perhaps in the official Onkyo 605 thread? ...Which one; there are few of them, but most important it has to do with Audyssey 2EQ
I asked because all the proper settings have been discussed extensively in them other threads.
- Phase setting: Where it sounds the loudest at the crossover point.
...Where it has the most balanced uniformity around that region. ...A RS level meter is indispensable for that, you need it, because by ear alone is tough sometimes, but it is feasible, with some experience.