I have a 5.1 setup, X3300W newly installed. It's a tiny room (12x14.5 with 7.5 foot ceiling) Def Tech PM1000, PC2000, and 8040 surrounds, SVSound PB10 sub
I first tried this app and the x-over was so far off the mark that I was turned off. It was picking 200 mhz for my center channel, 150 for the left/right, etc.
Ran it again yesterday, and the crossover was MUCH lower and more accurate. It set the L/R mains at 80, and the Center/rears at 100. Haven't messed with much but was glad to see the crossover was more realistic as using the app is very nice compared to doing an Audyssey run-through without it.
I have a Nexus 6P phone that I run this on - all I do is set my display to not timeout for 30 minutes. It works great. It crashed on me once when I first played with it but yesterdays test session was smooth as silk. I measured all 8 positions.
1 - do I want to enable or disable the midrange compensation? I don't quite have a grasp on that. What do I listen for??
2 - How do I find the room transition point? And should I focus on doing that and setting this Audyssey app to only EQ from that point and below??
3 - any other tips for getting the most out of this app???
Panasonic 50" ST60 series TV, Denon AVR-x4100w, Definitive PM800 front LR, and PC1000 center, SR-8040BP rears, SVSOUND PB10-NSD subwoofer