Originally Posted by a1bert
It is not, where did you read that? You can do your own things on top of the automatic Anti-Mode calibration.
I thought I read in the manual that to do manual correction the automatic correction should be disabled?
If it does automatic correction up to 500Hz and allows manual tweaking using PEQ from 500Hz onwards, then it is better than X32. But then I wont have any correction if I am using a sub. Looks like I will have to keep my old Antomode for the sub and use the new one for main L&R from say 80hz to 500Hz and apply manual tweaking (PEQ) on top of that. Still better than XT32 as I can do the tweaking of the mid range, which is where I like to cut some DB as I like a laid back sound. The fundamental frequency of the human voice is much lower and that would be made flat by the automatic correction. So I still may not get a laid back sound by tweaking from 500 to 2000Hz.
I may be better off using the old Antimode for the bass as I am doing now and just use the manual EQ on the pre-pro/AVR (Denon 3310) as I am doing now. When I spend $1200, I like to have all the options I need. This idea of 2ch correction without sub option does not appeal very much to me. I have to read the manual thoroughly to make sure I have the options I need.