If you really want to get a system dialed in then simply turning that off won't do it. Audyssey does a few things really well but still has its limitations. Combine that with the fact that you must be an audyssy pro installer to actually make any real changes and there are definitely better options for those interested and willing to put in that extra effort. For 90-95% of people who use audyssy what it does is enough, but for people like myself who really want to get the most out of their system audyssy just won't do it.
But you're enjoying it so that's what counts.
It is definitely a case where most don't know what they are missing unit they actually find out
Any perceived sonic improvements, from further "tinkering"
, will be highly subjective.
In the meantime...
Everything sounds "just right"
and having a quad subwoofer setup, is the icing on the cake!
I find myself sampling scenes on blu-ray, with lots of bass content, instead of watching
flicks all the way through.
Scenes from movies like Flight of the Phoenix
, Underworld: Awakening
, X-Men: First Class
and Super 8
, are now just a total "blast" (pun intended) to experience on blu-ray.
I love it when the windows rattle, my room shakes and you can "feel"
waves of bass energy,
roll across the room. I can never get enough good quality, tight and solid bass.
My 3009 is sooooo awesome!!!