Originally Posted by thirdkind
Still following the topic to see how Trinnov works out for noah and others. Could be good tech with a bad implementation.
That sums up my situation, too. I'm darn happy with the Pioneer SC-09 as well as 2 Pioneer flagship receivers before it. I think you'll be very happy with an SC-27
But Trinnov has me very intrigued. If Sherwood can demonstrate they have a serious alternative to Audyssey that is robust, reliable & glitch-free, I could see considering one in the future.
But not now, not even close. It's as shame Sherwood doesn't have the resources of a Denon/Marantz/Pioneer/Onkyo to quite pull it off ---yet.
I still am hopeful Noah & others can work through the bugs & report great things to us.
I'd like to see Trinnov be a solid winner & give Audyssey a run for the money.
As much time as Sherwood has taken, to finally release it with the operational bugs being posted is troubling....I agree that Sherwood should be very embarrassed
. The whole idea of room correction is not to have to do what noah is doing. Something is definitely not right here. Pioneer's older MCACC can calibrate & EQ my roomful of dipolar planar Magnepans just fine.