It's early (sub-wise), but I did run Audyssey Pro yesterday (sadly the long usb cable I bought to run the software from a different room is not being recognized by my aged (but up to date!) Windows 7 PC any more). Contemplating clearing off some ssd space on my Mac and trying to run it from Windows 10 via boot camp but that's a story for some future day.
Off to a pretty good start, the calibration sounds decent, but the new sub is somewhat underwhelming at this point. The old one could kick some low end butt if it needed too, the new one well let's just say I hope some settings tweaks I will be trying next few days will make it work similarly. May have to try relocating it, but there's not a lot of options, it's in the same spot as the old one presently. Also it turns out the "15 inch" subwoofer cone in the old B&W sub is slightly bigger than the "16 inch" cone in the new SVS sub, fwiw
; 50% more power spec-wise with the SVS however. Also will be trying a few other movies with more bottom end to see if that helps any.
I didn't try to restore from save the old settings as per post above, so that's also something for some future day. And the iPad Denon AVR Remote app has stopped working again... it had been working prior to the Audyssey run, more head-scratching to come on that.
Edit: Well that was easy, Audyssey Pro had the sub volume way low (-5) moved it to +10 for the time being, plus per something I saw online, I decided to bump up the crossovers to 60Hz all around (might play with that again). The SVS app is nice for easily adjusting the subwoofer volume to taste also (during calibration a setting of -16 resulted in the requested/required approx 75dB), just need to stay under -10 (now set to about -20.)
Any suggestions about lowering the sub volume back some on the receiver and increasing it on the sub itself instead? Not quite enough wiggle room to keep the 7200 at -5 and the sub below -10 with the above numbers, if these end up being the close to final numbers...
Still not quite the same as the old sub at the lowest frequencies, but perhaps that might be a good thing?)