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post #1 of 4 Old 04-22-2013, 01:04 PM - Thread Starter
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Hi Folks,
After 6 months with RXV673 I finally ran YPAO! I originally set the receiver manually with a tape measure and sound meter. After running YPAO I find that it was quite accurate with all the settings I originally inputted. I just find the bass is a bit low for my standards. I read in the forum that some have "tweaked" their YPAO settings; how is this done? I can see the manual setting folder in the menu, is this where manual changes will take effect if I make any modifications to YPAO?

Thank you in advance for your help.
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Yep, modify things in the manual setup. YPAO tends to set the sub quite low.
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Thanks Nodnerb.
Bass back up to where I like it. I may turn off the YPAO: Flat PEQ as well, haven't decided if I like these settings yet.
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Thanks Nodnerb.
Bass back up to where I like it. I may turn off the YPAO: Flat PEQ as well, haven't decided if I like these settings yet.

you can also manually set the peq which is a really nice feature. another nice option is being able to import one of the ypao eq's for a base, then make your own adjustments!
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