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I have an Audyssey / room correction question. Why doesn't the system measure the room again after the filters are created to check its results? We all know that it doesn't always get it right for various reasons and rooms can be unpredictable. Accuracy could be improved if the system could compare the results to its targets, and make further fine adjustments if necessary.
Pretty simple answer, if you think about it. It would be impossible to place the microphone back in exactly the same spots that the measurements were taken. Since results can vary significantly, depending on where the mic is placed, they would not be valid.
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"...the Level Calibration for your subwoofer will be within a range from about -3.0dB to +3.0dB..."
Should I aim for 0db? Is 0 db the perfect value?

Also, I havemy speakers very closeto the rerar wall and tv. Should I separate the speakes from the wall and tv at least 10 cm? Last time I ran audissey it seleced 40hz crossover, while my speakers are rated for 60hz - 80hz effective-.
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Pretty simple answer, if you think about it. It would be impossible to place the microphone back in exactly the same spots that the measurements were taken. Since results can vary significantly, depending on where the mic is placed, they would not be valid.
That is a good point.
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If you don't have a subwoofer there is no need for crossovers in the AVR's bass management. And no, it won't affect Audyssey.
Please allow me to make the bolded part more clear. In a system without a subwoofer there is no way to set a crossover. There is nowhere to re-direct bass. All speakers will default to Large.

Hope this hepls a bit.
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