Yeah I ran Audyssey. I went crazy with it when I got my pb2k. Even contacted Ed about it. I'm saying 2-3:00 off the top of my head, but it might be closer to 1. I just remember thinking that this is higher than I have had to set other subs. My HSU's were barely turned up at all, just the total opposite. I'll check when I get home. I don't listen to my stuff very loud. I'm the guy telling people to turn the stuff down. Anyways, it's dialed in, sounds great, that's the main thing. I also use Dynamic Volume on my Denon's. Some hate it, but where I'm not running the volume really high, I find it helps create more bass when volume is lower. I've got 2 main systems, both Denon's. x4100 in 5.1 (looking for 2nd sub now for there) upstairs main TV, x4300 downstairs with external amps and 7.2.4 Atmos in theater. So two different rooms but similar outcome after running Audyssey with the SVS's. Audyssey typically wants my subs turned down, or it sets to -11. But Find with everything crossed at 80, Audyssey lacks bass if you adjust it at around the 78db mark during setup. So I bump it up +2db. But again, I'm not listening at deafening volumes like some people do.
It's actually a little safer the way SVS does their volume and DSP. My HSU volume is so touchy, that someone not knowing what they are doing could easily set it up too high and pop the speaker. The SVS is more idiot proof in that sense.
Last edited by newfmp3; 11-22-2017 at 10:07 AM.