its after i ran auddysey,
in the left are the frequencies that aduddysey picked for my system, there no mention of 2 subwoofers , only one LPF of LFE and its set at 120
if i was you i would install level controls on the sub's amps; it will give you lots of flexibility in setting up.
that's what i did just a few weeks after i bought a Hafler amp in the mid 80's and never regretted spending the money for that.
Onkyo have been at it again, and in some of the latest Onkyo AVRs (notably the 818 and 809 and possibly others) they have decided to implement Dynamic EQ in a non-standard way which Audyssey disapproves of and which means that Dynamic EQ can be enabled even if Audyssey MultEQ is switched off!
I have amended the FAQ accordingly. Anyone wanting to know more will find a note at the end of this FAQ section:
Have you read, and followed, the Audyssey '101' linked in my signature? I recommend you do this as it contains a lot of useful information for people who are new to Audyssey. Most Audyssey problems are caused by setup issues, mic placement issues and so on. You may also care to look at the FAQ too, especially the sections highlighted below.
The difference between movie and music curves is here:
How do you know that the surrounds are now too loud? Could it be that before calibration they were not loud enough? If you can get hold of a SPL meter you can check and know for sure. Using the test tones in your AVR, check that the level of all the tones is the same for all the satellite speakers. If you do not wish to spend the money on a SPL meter, you can download a 'decibel' app for your iPhone or other smartphone and use that. It probably won’t be all that accurate but it will be consistent, so as long as all the satellite speakers measure the same, then you know your surrounds are good.
As others have said, if the mic is definitely in the same position for each measurement, the results will always be consistent. Can you confirm your measurement technique to us? Is the mic on a stand or tripod? Is it pointing directly up to the ceiling etc etc?
Can you control the system from outside the room? It is best to be out of the room when you press 'next' as opposed to pressing it and then moving out of the room. If you cannot control the system from outside the room, you are probably best to stay inside the room, not between the mic and speakers, and standing still - do not move around once the sweeps start.