Originally Posted by flickhtguru
What receiver do you have???
I have an Onkyo 808 and if I use Audyssey and have it turned on I can't get into the EQ to see the levels. Now if I turn Audyssey off and go into the manual EQ then yes every thing is set at 0 because I never manually adjusted it.
Some receivers will show a very rough approximation of the Audyssey corrrections, which do not use the receiver's bass and treble EQ at all. Can't see it from the receiver's EQ section , but somewhere in the autosetup process (on my Denon) there's a place I can see a (10 band? very limited) representation of what Audyssey has done.
Bottom line is you really cannot see the Audyssey corrections without some sort of testing of the output of your receiver after correction.
Also FWIW while the Audyssey test tones and mic provide the information that the receiver uses for the basic setup operations (speaker distances and levels, crossover settings) AFAIK it's actually software designed and implemented by the receiver manufacturer that implements those setup items, not Audyssey itself (so there is, for example, a long running disconnect between where receivers may set a crossover point and where the folks at Audyssey would, if they had control of the process . . .)