Originally Posted by batpig
Fascinating Jerry. So it appears that the fact you were measuring a Pro calibration confounded the data. So at some point Denon decided to stop including the MRC dip in the flat curve. And...
Originally Posted by Mad Norseman
Jerry, you say you set yours to HD at 60%, but most others here like 40% to 45% at the HD setting.
So you don't notice any 'digital artifacts' at 60%?
Also, do you treat it differently...
Originally Posted by AV_mike
Audyssey Pro kit users will find that the MRC/BBC dip is present on both "curves" (Audyssey, and Flat if using Denon) if the MRC was selected via the PC software. However, non-Pro kit users of...
Originally Posted by artur9
They are also pricey unless you DIY.
I just have that 30Hz with high Q and I don't fancy 2 ft of pink stuff all over the place.
Well, have you devised a test to see if the 30Hz issue...
Originally Posted by sk576c
I've been reading out the Darbee a bit and was curious about a few things:
-It appears the unit must be sent to Darbee Vision for software/firmware upgrades, roughly of many updates have there...
Originally Posted by mo949
the easy theory is that the receiver manufacturer has chosen to counteract the dip on flat to make it truly flat. Wouldn't be the first (or second) time they gave the end users something...
Originally Posted by cfraser
That is very surprising. I was clearly saying that the "dip" is NOT there. Never in my Flat curves. Sorry if my results are wrong and if I'm misleading anybody. The dip is very obvious with...