Originally Posted by ccotenj
it has been explained to you (numerous times i might add), why your "theory" of all levels at 0 is, ummm, hogwash....
post graphs of your response curve... iow, put up or shut up....
I don't have instruments to measure response curve. The only thing I can do is post a video of my AVR running auto calibration and the on-screen results.
I could care less what you think is hogwash. I know that before I added acoustic treatments at the first reflection points and on the rear wall, my levels were all over the place.
My right channel would be bumped up +1.5db and my left channel would get bumped down to -5db. My center channel would get bumped up nearly +4db every time I ran it.
I really don't know why you care so much that auto calibration doesn't do anything to my speakers when it comes to level adjustments. If you think it's better for the calibration software to assign fluctuating levels across all of the channels then thats you. I would rather have all speakers as close to 0 as possible.