Originally Posted by DanFrancis
And you can understand how I spent literally weeks tweaking settings....there's always a new adjustment to try...
Dan, I had a fairly clear understanding of what you were going thru in your excellent comparison thread. I thought you were a mensch for making the effort and owning/operating a Trinnov has only reinforced that opinion.
Originally Posted by edorr
You're lightyears ahead of me. I have just some fairly crude calibrations - not even played with target curves very much yet. I am getting glorious sound in the low frequencies though, everything with a rhytm section is a huge step ahead. Listened to Stanley Clarke' Jazz in the Garden yesterday and it never sounded better. I am considering creating a preset with correction below 300Hz only.
Still a lot of work to do before realizing the full potential of this processor. Meanwhile, I sold my tube preamp. Realize I had spend so much on relatively minor improvements, when this processor can tryly tranform a system. Also found out through measurement my (3 months old) center channel is a poor match for integration with my Eidolons using the Trinnov, so back to audiogon and bought something else. Some MCH 4.0 material (Jazz at the Pawnshop) without center sounds phenomenal though.
Be brave! Create a new preset so you don't lose the settings you have now - and play! Try different target curves, full-frequency correction, various crossovers, changing early and late reflection settings and so on.
There's nothing but upside.