Originally Posted by kwitel
The am-30 is EXACTLY what I am looking for...thank you!
As for your second question: i have the Onkyo TX-sr304...would you know if this model carries that software.
I had no idea (somewhat of a newbie to this)-there are receivers that have internal software that allows you to adjust the speakers to compensate for these differences?
As for the center...its under my plasma on a stand that sits in the center of my apartment and unfortunately cannot be moved left/right. I am unfortunately stuck with the above set-up.
Glad you found the mount you need. Am just about to go make some changes on speakers and some Omnimount and Pinpoints are involved.
Many receivers now have internal correction software...but yours doesn't (I just looked thru the manual). Some have very basic distance adjustment for volume at the listening position, some do it automatically (current Denon and Onkyo avrs among others utilize Audyssey, Pioneer has proprietary MCACC, Yamaha has YPAO, etc). Very nice stuff for multichannel setup when you don't have measuring equipment or patience). I was kind of surprised that an Onkyo 5.1 didn't have some sort of distance adjustment at least as my old lower end Sony had at least that (currently my main avrs are a Pioneer with MCACC and an Onkyo with Audyssey XT). Check out Audyssey's site www.audyssey.com
. I just looked at an older post of yours when you were asking about avrs a few months back and someone was trying to point out about Audyssey (comes in various levels as to what the avr brand licenses and implements).