Originally Posted by jviggi Room EQ ON or OFF won't alter the cross overs displayed in the Setup / Speaker Configuration menu. Since everything is sounding fine for him odds are everything worked right. It's just unusual to have all the cross overs come in at the same value -- which is why I wanted him to check the Targets window in the ARC application to be sure.
I never set any targets. I ran ARC in the STD mode and not the advanced mode.
I just went and checked the history and they were set by ARC as follows:
L/R surrounds 90
Room gain 3.94
Max equalizer 5000
Those Targets ARC chose for you look fine. Now, the big question -- are those the crossovers you are NOW seeing in the D2's Setup / Speaker Configuration? The ARC Upload should have uploaded those cross overs into the Setup menu, along with uploading the speaker calibration (volume trim) levels and the room correction parameters.
If your Setup / Speaker Configuration menu is *STILL* showing 80 Hz crossovers after the Upload of ARC results then something got messed up. Perhaps you did a Reload Saved User Settings or a Reload Factory Defaults after the ARC Upload and overwrote the settings ARC Uploaded for you.
If you find that your Setup settings are wrong, you can do the ARC Upload again without having to re-Measure:
Connect the ARC computer to the D2. You won't need the microphone. Run ARC in Advanced mode. Open (File menu) the file with your saved ARC Measurements and Calculations. The charts showing your measurements and ARCs calculations should now appear. Then tell ARC to Upload those results again. Among other things, this will re-Upload the Setup menu settings ARC is trying to make.
After the Upload, double check that the cross over settings in Setup / Speaker Configuration match what ARC displays in its Targets window. Also check your Setup / Speaker Calibration settings to see if they too make sense. ARC doesn't display what Speaker Calibration settings it is trying to Upload, but it will likely be obvious if something is screwy -- e.g., if the Setup / Speaker Calibration settings are still all 0dB after the Upload then something is screwy.
If you are using the latest version of the ARC Application (V1.2.2) with the latest version of the D2 firmware (V1.33), you should not be having any problems in the ARC Upload process, but of course that won't prevent you from manually screwing up the Setup menu settings yourself after the Upload if you aren't careful.
Once you are happy that the ARC Upload has got everything into the D2 correctly, then do a Setup / Save User (and/or Installer) Settings in the D2 to record those Setup settings in the 2 memories just in case you ever want to Reload from either of those memories down the road.