Originally Posted by Brian Fineberg
i actually put it at 3 o'clock as I have read somewhere about the PSA subs. and then adjusted the trim on the AVR. i then turned it down using audyessy so now its more like 1 o'clock and -.05 on the avr (but that was bumped up from -4 cause i always run a little hot ~82db on the spl meter)
BF, when you say you adjusted the trim on the AVR and then you turned it down using audyssey, are those the same thing? I know I usually will run Audyssey and then adjust the trim with an spl to around 75 db or so, depending on the speaker. Are you saying that use set the gain to 3 o'clock, then ran Audyssey, then changed the trim levels, and then changed the gain on the sub to 1 o'clock?
Sorry, I'll need to re-calibrate mine a bit later. I had the gain at like 2 o'clock with the sub in the corner and after Audyssey, the sub level was at -12. I know you usually want it close to 0 if possible give or take +-3. So I'll have to go in and turn the gain closer to 3 o'clock and re-run Audyssey and that should make the sub level closer to 0. So it'll be a back and forth for a couple of tries. I'll then need to move it behind the main listening position and compare that as well.