Originally Posted by bsoko2
I got this email from Audyssey support today:
As this is something that was previously working with the same software, we are going to test the same AVR and see what results we get.
Support – Audyssey Laboratories, Inc.
So Audyssey is going to try and duplicate my issue with PRO on not giving a chirp during calibration with pro on 2nd position LSurr and not recognizing the 7th channel and sub channel.
I don't know if this will help at all, but before I got my Integra 80.3/pro-kit I was using an Anthem/ARC set-up.
At one point I was having a similar problem as you're having when running ARC (Anthem's room correction) and it was suggested that turning off the firewall might help. And it did.
Apparently the firewall was blocking or interfering with the communication between the laptop and the processor enough that it caused it to get hung-up on a speaker sweep and not progress to the next speaker. Its not exactly the same problem, but similar enough that it might be worth a try. And its pretty easy to turn off the firewall.
Just remember to turn your firewall back on after you're done.