^ If the new Audyssey app (will cost around $30) allows tweaking the target curve and select which channels can be disabled/enabled, will be of interest to those who would like to dial in their system. It should be a significant improvement over the cumbersome pro kit. The Audyssey correction filters wont be the same as what Dirac does. Dirac uses a mixed phase response that deals with frequency correction and time. My understanding is that Audyssey focuses on just frequency response and let the time correction fall where ever it lands.
The way bass management is implemented on the pre/pro/receiver and ability to select the appropriate filter is just as important, but that's something that D&M Holdings would have to open up to users. Hoping that they would.
I'm wondering what type of audio improvements that Marantz is offering in their 2016 models compared to 2015?
Marantz SR-7009, Oppo BPD-93, MTV 7000D, aTV, Harmony Home Control remote, KEF E301+T101, MiniDSP (2x4)+(10x10HD)+(DDRC-88A), Emotiva 2xXPA-5 (Gen2), Rythmik 2xF12G+2xF8, HiMedia Q16, LG 55EC9300.