Originally Posted by Soupy1970
My setup is in my signature. I have the Denon X6200 with Audyssey XT32. For Audyssey I run the full 8 positions using a Mic boom positioned against the back rest of seat. For the REW sweeps I had to sit the Mic between the back rest. (I'll include pics of room with MIC in position). Crossover is 80. The left wall is plaster, and the rest is drywall. Maybe that is effecting left speaker. I run my Subs nearfield as end tables.
Room is 13' 3" W X 20' L X 7' 3" H
Hmmm...well, XT32 should be doing a better job than I'm seeing in your Audyssey On measurements. Could be something wrong with your Audyssey technique.
You say "Mic boom positioned against the back rest of seat", not sure what that means, but if the boom is actually touching
the seat, that is a no-no. I do not see a mic boom in your pics, I see a very small tripod for your measurement mic that is resting on the seating
You also said "For the REW sweeps I had to sit the Mic between the back rest"...why? You should be using the mic boom and positioning the measurement mic exactly where you head would be while listening. I'm thinking maybe you don't know what a mic boom is....it looks like this
Are you keeping all 8 positions tightly clustered or are they spread out?
Have you reviewed the Audyssey 101 and FAQ (linked in my sig)?
I notice you have leather (or "leather-like") seating. During Audyssey calibration, I would highly recommend you cover those seats with something thick like a blanket or towels. This can reduce unwanted reflections off of the leather that can screw up your calibration.
And, just because I'm curious, why are you using horizontal speakers for surrounds and why are your subs facing opposite directions?
Oh, and I'm not Jerry.