Originally Posted by tbaucom
Audyssey has a limit to amount of boost it will apply. i think it is 6db. The response was so bad there was nothing audyssey could do about it. The green is the actual measurements.
I think Chris K. said it was 9 dB, as far as boost is concerned, with a bigger cut also available.
So are you saying Audyssey has a function that causes it to do nothing
if response in a given part of the frequency spectrum is too far off, i.e., more than can be corrected for, rather than providing a partial
correction, such as the 9 dB boost limit?
I know it won't provide compensation below the F3 in the bass, but is that true at the high end too? But not in the middle?
It seems to be ear to the tweeter time. He should use an old paper towel tube if the signal is too faint. The test noise in an AVR is not suitable, because most of them are band limited to 500 to 2K. Music with a lot of treble, or unlimited pink or white noise would be O.K., but keep the volume down
to avoid blowing out the tweeter, if it is working.