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Hi,Any special reason to rerun Audyssey? Didn't you like the overall SQ? Maybe some furniture and/or speaker placement rearanged due to WAF? Your issue may have many reasons. Care to expand a bit? Thx.
Good to hear we came to a similar conclusion. Sennheiser has several models to comply with these requirements. As always, the higher the model # the higer the price will be. Enjoy!
And I will remind you even though the FAQ has been amended (sort of) but still contains confusions by simply not mentioning the relevant calification of Chris on the "hairy" behavior of the graphs.Chris: The wiggles in the high frequency range are due to reverberation inthe room. We don't actually hear things that way as our own resolutionis not that fine at high frequencies. With XT32 we came up with abetter model to bring the measurements closer to what we...
Great write up JHAz. This makes the relevant chapter of the current Audyssey FAQ practically useless for further guidance for newbies. Or in other words: does more harm than good!
I don't want to speak in anyone else's name, but I let Audyssey equalize the frequency response of my L & Rs as intended (and recommended by Audyssey) and when I need a bit more bass I turn up the subwoofer channel level in the Denon menu. Mainly for music that can really lack bass, especially older recordings, but for movies I return to what Audyssey set. No complain for films. Hope this helps.
Hi,When I was looking for a headphone beside sound quality I also looked for comfort. Wearing it for an extended period of time should not mean strain on your ears. So I found one that:1. Does not touch my ears but fits around them on the two sides of my head.2. Does not have leather(like) but textile on ear pads. This helps prevent sweating of head after a long period of use.So here's my choice:Sennheiser HD 518
Did they? Didn't the two companies (Gibson and Onkyo) form a strategic alliance (partnership) in form of a joint venture focusing on design and development of consumer audio products now based in Hong Kong? IMHO, this is a bit different news than what was said above.More here.
Sorry for asking so many questions, but how do you know Onkyo dropped Audyssey only for the low end and not the entire range? BTW, I also think it's a mistake.
How much is the royalty-fee of Audyssey? How much is the cost of developing a proprietary room correction system? Do you have first hand information?
And if you look at the Onkyo TX-NR636 product sheet (or any other AVR) at the end you will find something like this:http://filedepot.onkyousa.com/Files/sell_sheets/TX-NR636_US.pdf"Due to a policy of continuous product improvement, Onkyo reserves the right to change specifications and appearance without notice. Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby, Pro Logic, and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. For DTS patents, see...
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