Originally Posted by RMK!
So your DCX handles all 7 channels? What about the subs?
Nope, just the channels that need EQ. The room does the rest just fine. I ran Audyssey and MCACC in my room many times and when I measured with REW I was not flat at all. Hey, the back left seat was awesome, too bad the main front center seat sucked. My speakers are tricky though and not normal. Very high sensitivity really screws up auto EQ sometimes. I measure myself and fix myself until it sounds right to me and then have at least 10 different help me decide on what sounds best. It is actually fun to tweak for me but my room is setup to be easily tweaked with REW and my computer.
BTW, my center channel is the only speaker that really needs EQ, my subs need a LT boost so they are hooked up to it as well. Have you measured all your speakers response at every seat? Individaully, together, what makes it sound good to you? Just use what you like, have you tried manual EQ at all for your speakers? No EQ? etc..
The funny thing is it is very complicated, do you measure each channel at each seat, what happens when they are all on, how about just the center and a side surround? Has anyone ever measured their system after Audyssey EQ'd like this? What happens? Do we care what happens as long as it sounds good? If it sounds good do we want to know why, I do.Edited by MKtheater - 12/4/12 at 10:50am