Redid calibration. Changed some drivers, simplified some cross overs. Swear I've asked this before but so far search has yielded nothing. Still searching....
When all done, all saved, ready to rock n roll, the Denon gives me choices to look at the graphs Audyssey has recorded.
What am I looking at?
Are these what Audyssey measured as my actual speaker performance and are the curves on which Audyssey will have do its work?
Are these a summation of the work Audyssey is doing and the graphic is showing me what frequencies Audyssey is adding, boosting to get to the desired results?
So if the graph shows +8db at 14,000 hz is that telling me that in my room and the sound my speakers are producing are hot at 14,000 and Audyssey is going to have to reduce the sound at 14,000 by a -8db?
Or is my system weak at 14,000 hz and Audyssey is boosting it by 8db?
Are these graphs before Audyssey does its work or after?
E.B. White said, "I arise in the morning torn between a desire to improve the world and a desire to enjoy the world. This makes it hard to plan the day."