Originally Posted by sk373
Interesting. This is *not* how I or many others would have set it up. But if you like the results, I guess that what matters in the end.
Well you haven’t been in the room.
Originally I ran Audyssey with one port opened the way Dr. Hsu says to do it. Actually spoke to him direct and Kevin. Post Audyssey I opened up both ports and EQ2. My friend, in just a few minutes calibrated it, and significantly improved the room and sub. As I said, plugged the 3” port, EQ1, upped the gain. It’s spectacular now. The “friend” could make money as a calibrator for audio and video. One little reference session and he pointed out all the reflection points as well. How you’d set it up is only relevant if you know the room. Exterior walls or interior? Reflection points, acoustics, ceiling height. On and on to the break of dawn. My friend got the most out of the VTF3-5 for MY room. When I add a second sub, omg.
HT 7.1.4: Sony X940E, Marantz SR8012, LR: JBL Studio 580's, C: JBL Studio 520c, Surrounds and Rears: JBL Studio 530's, ATMOS: JBL Studio 210's, Sub: HSU VTF-3 mk5
MB 5.1: Sony 55" X950G, Denon X3500H, LR/Surrounds: JBL Studio 270’s, C: JBL Studio 235c, Sub: HSU VTF-2 mk5
Living Room/Office 5.1: Sony 49" 900E's, HTNT5's with wireless rear channels