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eBay?
Bob: this is what eBay brings up for "Audyssey Pro Kit"

JimP: probably best to ask over at the "The Audyssey Pro Installer Kit Thread".
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Bob: this is what eBay brings up for "Audyssey Pro Kit"

JimP: probably best to ask over at the "The Audyssey Pro Installer Kit Thread".
Some people are just trying to inflate their post counts, Feri, without any real regard for the quality of their advice. Best to move on...
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Some people are just trying to inflate their post counts, Feri, without any real regard for the quality of their advice. Best to move on...
Just tryin' to be patient with some while helpful to some. Otherwise fully agree with Ya Jerry.

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Yes, you will want to store them first. If you hit cancel it will negate the calibration. Do as you said and go into Manual Setup and make changes as you see fit.

Thanks very much. Thought so but I appreciate the confirmation.


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Bob: this is what eBay brings up for "Audyssey Pro Kit"

JimP: probably best to ask over at the "The Audyssey Pro Installer Kit Thread".
Lol ...The spelling is wrong too (eBay own spelling).

* Keith has his for sale. Check him out.

And if you carefully search by using the right wording, you're going to find all kind of good stuff, even on eBay. Professional microphones with stands for Room Calibration and EQ, and for only few dollars; some are excellent brands too, from Germany/

The Audyssey Pro kit itself, is $550 @ most places, then you need to pay for a key licence (extra).

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I have a question regarding the crossover used in Audyssey XT32.
My Receiver is a Onkyo TX-NR818 and I use MiniDSP 2x4 for manual tweaking.

What type of crossover is used electronical in Audyssey between mains and subwoofer?
I am not asking for the sum or measured spl from speakers depending on their roll-off.

If we take crossover @80Hz as an example:
Some say that a High-pass Linkwitz-Riley 2nd order filter is applied @80Hz together with two stacked Low-pass Butterworth 2th order @80Hz.
Others say that High-pass Butterworth 2th order is applied @80Hz and a Low-pass Butterworth 2th order @80Hz.

I have searched the web and forums quite a bit, but I have not found a clear answer.

Can someone clearify what crossover type and values that are used?
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It is not Audyssey choosing crossover slopes, its Denon and Onkyo and Marantz. Search your receiver and you are more likely to find the answer. Fwiw aiui, the manufacturers use the unbalanced thx crossover scheme ~ higher order on sub and lower order on mains. But it's been a long time since I worried about this. The room effects net response more than crossover slopes by a factor of maybe ten.
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I have a question regarding the crossover used in Audyssey XT32.
My Receiver is a Onkyo TX-NR818 and I use MiniDSP 2x4 for manual tweaking.

What type of crossover is used electronical in Audyssey between mains and subwoofer?
I am not asking for the sum or measured spl from speakers depending on their roll-off.

If we take crossover @80Hz as an example:
Some say that a High-pass Linkwitz-Riley 2nd order filter is applied @80Hz together with two stacked Low-pass Butterworth 2th order @80Hz.
Others say that High-pass Butterworth 2th order is applied @80Hz and a Low-pass Butterworth 2th order @80Hz.

I have searched the web and forums quite a bit, but I have not found a clear answer.

Can someone clearify what crossover type and values that are used?
Honestly this is a hard row to hoe. First off, Audyssey (any flavor) does not set crossover in any AVR/AVP known to man today (including your Onk 818). MultEQ reports the - 3dB roll-off frequency of each speaker (better said speaker pair except the center and the sub/s) and the AVR/AVP sets the c/o accordingly. Whatever slope each filter has is burried deep down the chain, not even mentioned on the spec sheets. Nonetheless, it is not a user tweakable setting, so I would not really worry about it too much, yet I understand your curiosity from the technical point of view.
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Thanks for quick answer, I will search some more.
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