I know it's not recommended not to use room correction with the BP7000SC, but does anyone know which form of room correction may work the best? I love what Audyssey XT does for my center, rear, and velodyne subwoofer, but it doesn't play well with the subwoofers in the BP7000SC. I'm thinking my best option is to just bypass the front mains from the room EQ and run the Velodyne subwoofer as LFE only. I wonder if XT32 or another form of room correction would work better then my current 2808 which only has XT for it has more filters. Sadly I think the DSP in the BP7000SC is my biggest hurdle. I guess it's great is you don't have a AVR with a EQ sytem, but kinda of a pain if you do.
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4/21/13 at 8:57pm