Originally Posted by matthewa
do you mind explaining more about how you feel the remapping function improves your sound over other EQ methods or point me to where you have discussed the benefits of this in your room over other room eq systems
The most important aspect to understand is that Trinnov Remapping is not an EQ method, but rather a patented method implemented to reproduce the original, intended spatial image- to accurately reproduce the localization of sounds in our listening environment.
May I suggest you start with a description of Trinnov Remapping, which can be found here:
Essentially, remapping is a "mathematical acoustical transform" of the original mix to the listener's room. In order for Remapping to work, there are extensive details collected by the microphone about the room. In addition to the traditional multi-point measurement, there is a reference measurement that localizes where your loudspeakers are actually positioned in your room. Based on the gathered information, the intended acoustic image is reproduced in your space.
Here's an image the actual data collected by a Trinnov in a 13.2 system.
Note the columns represent speaker identification number, Measured Radius, Elevation, and Azimuth (angle).
Positions of speakers may also be represented graphically, as seen here.
X, y axis in degrees. Green represents 5.1 source (source options provided for all current media)
Here's the microphone used to gather the data.
The common observation from Trinnov users is that the speakers disappear, replaced by a seamless full acoustic image.
Edited by Curt_Trinnov - 3/7/14 at 8:39am