I would say listen to what you have with the 2.0 room gain and see how that sounds to you. If you feel you need a little more oomph, then you can increase the room gain to 2.5. However, if you do, then definitely keep an eye on your LF. I say that because you want to have full correction one octave below the cutoff which in your case would be down to 45 Hz. Right now, with a 2.0 room gain, your LF is about 1 or 2 db from being fully corrected with the room gain set at 2.0. So, increasing the room gain to 2.5 might be a bit much. Like I said earlier, listen to it with the 2.0 room gain, and if it's pleasing to your ears, your job is done, and you can sit back and enjoy the fruits of your labor
I am simply blown away by the results. I tested Thor tonight and it's the best I've heard it, it's like I'm hearing another layer from the track especially from the center channel as dialogue is so clear and the soundstage is incredible. This calibration is a keeper.
Why use something MANY years old unless you already own one??????????
Yes I already own a BDP-95 and have no desire to change it at the moment.
To try it out, wire HDMI 1 from the OPPO direct to your Display and wire HDMI 2 from the OPPO to the D2v.
Thanks Bob. So do I still use HDMI input 1 (Main video input) on the D2v that I'm currently using direct from my projector now, from the Oppo's HDMI 2?