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Old 10-24-2013, 08:16 PM - Thread Starter
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I only have two speakers running that are full range capable ( Polk rti12s )and set as large ( bi amped ) wtih all other speakers disabled. I assumed audyssey would let me adjust the lower end frequencies through its graphic EQ after running the software but it doesnt....

Does anybody know why Audyssey XT32 from a Denon X4000 only allows you adjust frequncies from 63 hz and up from its graphic eq?


To be honest, before I ran the setup, I was under the assumption that Audyssey XT32 with sub eq would produce a spl vs freq graph showing me my in room response and then through its software I would be able to adjust the peaks and nulls through the graphic eq....sorta like what an SMS sub equalizer does

What do I need to do here to accomplish that and how?

Im really a noob at this
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I only have two speakers running that are full range capable ( Polk rti12s )and set as large ( bi amped ) wtih all other speakers disabled. I assumed audyssey would let me adjust the lower end frequencies through its graphic EQ after running the software but it doesnt....

Does anybody know why Audyssey XT32 from a Denon X4000 only allows you adjust frequncies from 63 hz and up from its graphic eq?


To be honest, before I ran the setup, I was under the assumption that Audyssey XT32 with sub eq would produce a spl vs freq graph showing me my in room response and then through its software I would be able to adjust the peaks and nulls through the graphic eq....sorta like what an SMS sub equalizer does

What do I need to do here to accomplish that and how?

Im really a noob at this

You should address your query in the appropriate thread http://www.avsforum.com/t/795421/official-audyssey-thread-faq-in-post-1

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I only have two speakers running that are full range capable ( Polk rti12s )and set as large ( bi amped ) wtih all other speakers disabled. I assumed audyssey would let me adjust the lower end frequencies through its graphic EQ after running the software but it doesnt....

Does anybody know why Audyssey XT32 from a Denon X4000 only allows you adjust frequncies from 63 hz and up from its graphic eq?


To be honest, before I ran the setup, I was under the assumption that Audyssey XT32 with sub eq would produce a spl vs freq graph showing me my in room response and then through its software I would be able to adjust the peaks and nulls through the graphic eq....sorta like what an SMS sub equalizer does

What do I need to do here to accomplish that and how?

Im really a noob at this

You should address your query in the appropriate thread http://www.avsforum.com/t/795421/official-audyssey-thread-faq-in-post-1

I agree with lovinthehd - the thread he linked is the official audyssey thread.

I will add the answer to your Q is you need Audyssey Pro to actually dial/tweak your curve response.
Say $150 for lic and you need to "borrow" the mic kit or buy it for $450 approx
http://www.audyssey.com/technologies/multeq/multeq-pro
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With MultEQ Pro Software, Audyssey Installers can customize the Target Curves and finely tune the target sound to resolve the acoustical problems of each individual room.
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Old 10-25-2013, 08:46 PM - Thread Starter
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Ok so to tweak the audyssey curve I need to buy audyssey pro. Gotcha. I actually will really consider that. It isn't as expensive as I would've thought. Thanks guys! Thanks a bunch
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Ok so to tweak the audyssey curve I need to buy audyssey pro. Gotcha. I actually will really consider that. It isn't as expensive as I would've thought. Thanks guys! Thanks a bunch

Read this thread to help you, the "Pro" version
http://www.avsforum.com/t/1346723/the-audyssey-pro-installer-kit-thread-faq-in-post-1
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Read this thread to help you, the "Pro" version
http://www.avsforum.com/t/1346723/the-audyssey-pro-installer-kit-thread-faq-in-post-1


Cool. Will do. Thanks man! Cheers
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