... but if you do not listen at reference volume levels, measurements mean almost nothing. The NAD measured very, very bad on that page. Nonetheless, it sounds sooo much better than it's predecessor, a Denon 3500 with XT32. Dirac Live is miles ahead if you ask me. Bass response, sound imaging and overall homogeneity is just great. DynEQ or something similar does not exist but I did never felt I would need it in contrast to the Denon which sounded dull and lifeless without.
The NAD has it's flaws e.g. HDMI handshake issues but I can live with it doe to the sound which I just love!
TV: Panasonic 65DXW904 || Receiver: NAD T758 V3 || Console: Sony PS4, Nintendo Switch || Front: Dynaudio Special Forty || Rear: Canton GLE 410 || Sub: Klipsch R-115 SW