I was listening to the AVRant podcast the other day and one of the hosts was saying that it is the receiver manufacturer, and not Audyssey, that sets the speaker size and crossover settings. I have the 7010 and always assumed Audyssey at least set the crossovers. Is he correct?
He also recommended that you should manually set the crossover for all speakers at 80hz, his reasoning being that the subwoofer does a much better job handling these frequencies than do the other speakers.
I took his advice and wow, what a difference! Even though my mains and surrounds are rated down to 40 Hz there was a noticeable improvement in the bass response from every source I listened too. Of course most of you folks probably know all this but I thought I would share this if there were others who might benefit from this info.
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Marantz 7010 AVR --->7.2.4, LG OLED65E6, Oppo UDP-203, Onkyo TX-750 (2nd amp), Elac UF5 Front, DCM CX-Center, Elac UB5 Surrounds Polk A4 (Back) Energy CB-20 x 4 (ceiling) Hsu VTF2-MK4 x 2 Subs, Harmony Elite