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Sorry for the misspelling, I meant a none audyssey avr. None audyssey AVR's are not popular around these parts.

Integra, onkyo, and denon all have audyssey.

Anthem has ARC.

Pioneer and yamaha each have their own calibration software.

From my experience audyssey is the easiest to use and you get more options with the higher end receivers. Whatever you do make multeq the bare minimum you get because the lesser version does not offer a subwoofer eq. With multeq xt32 you actually get a subwoofer eq that sells for $799 by itself from SVS called EQ1? but I believe that it's been discontinued.
post #32 of 33
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I have always just used an SPL meter and different hz samples to calibrate my system. I am assuming that these "tuners" can do a much better job of it than I would with my meter and excel.

Are they really worth the extra?

Thanks again or all the comments all,

Ben
post #33 of 33
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Originally Posted by Alphakennyone View Post

I have always just used an SPL meter and different hz samples to calibrate my system. I am assuming that these "tuners" can do a much better job of it than I would with my meter and excel.

Are they really worth the extra?

Thanks again or all the comments all,

Ben

Yes becuz they take more into consideration than just level matching which is basically what you are doing with your spl meter.
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