Originally Posted by ss9001
OK, I'm not quite out of pocket yet. in the article, it specifically said 14 new receivers for 2013 are planned.
and I think positive things could be in the works for this year and possibly 2014. I can see this reorg as a good thing, Pioneer home AV may be in the best position it's had in years to make things happen for Pioneer enthusiasts. I'm optimistic.
Warning: hersey will be spoken!
IMO Pioneer can capture the attention of serious audiophiles by leveraging on some deficits of Audyssey, particularly as they have control over both processing and room correction software.
A bug in Audyssey Pro that sets inaccurate distance for sub 2 in dual independent sub inputs
Graphs with poor resolution (1/6th smoothing for sub frequencies) and that report mains (L, C,R, as well as L/R) frequency response independent of subs
The need to record distance and trim and re-input for a saved measurement file or have incorrect information set by default
Crossover splices that aren't optimized jointly for all mains vs. sub(s)
The generated graphs only show predicted results of the calbration, not a post-calbration assessment of what has been created
Don't get me wrong, I'm happy with what Pro+XT32 does for me, but if the above could be addressed, while keeping the Standing Wave adjustment of MCACC, I'd notice. Cue the flying pigs...
Assuming Sub EQ for two subs independently, and being able to take as many as eight measurements is added, of course
Back to the Oscars....Edited by sdrucker - 2/24/13 at 7:14pm