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hi i need help to find a easy way to set up my eq. i have a yamaha rxv 465 receiver. it has a 7 band eq. speaker on/off pairs l/r together. eq has them seperate. how can i set 2 channel stereo eq without unplugging one of the speakers.
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Why not run YPAO?
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Why not run YPAO?
i did run the ypao and didnt like it at all, especially for music. i like my sound a little bright and i am not going for tonal accuracy
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i did run the ypao and didnt like it at all, especially for music. i like my sound a little bright and i am not going for tonal accuracy
If you are not going for accuracy-then all bets are off as to what/how you should adjust it.

So I would simply "play with the controls" until you get a sound YOU like.

Of course others may not like it-or agree with it-but it is what you want-so enjoy.

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If you are not going for accuracy-then all bets are off as to what/how you should adjust it.

So I would simply "play with the controls" until you get a sound YOU like.

Of course others may not like it-or agree with it-but it is what you want-so enjoy.
im trying to play with it till i get a sound i like. the problem is that the receiver only lets you set the eq for one speaker at a time but plays through all the speakers. i can turn off the l/r, c, and surround channels but they have the l/r as one combined. i cant set all of them at the same time. i am only trying to tweak my l/r for 2 channel music. i am asking if there is a easier way than unplugging l or r to do so because if im setting l, r is still playing the same and i cant hear the difference because the other speaker is distracting me
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im trying to play with it till i get a sound i like. the problem is that the receiver only lets you set the eq for one speaker at a time but plays through all the speakers. i can turn off the l/r, c, and surround channels but they have the l/r as one combined. i cant set all of them at the same time. i am only trying to tweak my l/r for 2 channel music. i am asking if there is a easier way than unplugging l or r to do so because if im setting l, r is still playing the same and i cant hear the difference because the other speaker is distracting me
How about the balance control?
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