Originally Posted by Kuro
I've done that, and it still would not use Audyssey. If you look under Tone menu (with bi-amp turned on), and looking under Room EQ, you'll see that you only have OFF or Manual. Those Audyssey, Audyssey Flat, etc. choices are unavailable.
Tell us a little about your setup, such as what equipment you have and how you have the amp assign and pre-out assign configured.
I've put together a 9.2 system for home theater and multi-channel audio.
I have a pair of JL Audio Gothams, an Earthquake Sound Cinenova Seven seven channel amp (300 wpc) and the following Klipsch speakers:
(6) RF-83 mains (FR, FL, Side Surround "A" right and left, Surround Back right and left)
(2) RS-62 Side Surround "B" right and left
(1) Rc-64 Center
I also have a Mitsubishi WD-73833 HDTV, PS3 80 GB, Xbox 360 Elite, Directv HR-21 HD DVR, and an Oppo Dv-980H for SACD and DVD audio.
I should be getting my Denon AVR-5308 CI receiver any day now. I've been waiting since early December.
I'm going to bi-amp the Center, Left and Right fronts, and the Surround "A" Right and Left speakers.
With the Amp assign feature, assignable pre-outputs, and Variable High/Low Pass Crossover Points of the receiver I think this will be a cinch.
The seven channel amp also has Variable High/Low Pass Crossover at the input section.
The 5308 will drive the upper range, and the Cinenova will drive the lower range.