Originally Posted by ellisda1
Did my first run yesterday with no major issues. I do have a couple of questions I think I know the answers to:
1) I can opt to not apply room correction to my mains by reducing the "filter frequency range" to 0 - is this correct?
2) If I apply EQ only to the subs by reducing the filter frequency to 0 for all other speakers, I assume that the distance calculations/time alignment is maintained?
1. An easier way not to apply correct to your front mains is by choosing L/R BYPASS as your Audyssey setting in the AVR after calibration. Then it's easy to compare that to having Audyssey correction used on those speakers.
Denon x4400h, Samsung LED 1080p TV, B&W 704 mains, two M&K subwoofers, Oppo 103, Roku 2, Darbeevision, etc.
Headphone system: Focal Clear, Sennheiser HD600, AKG K702, Hifiman HE-400i, Marantz HD-DAC1, Denon DVD-3910