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The NanoAVR you mentioned is a stand-alone processor with the signal chain (in/out) via HDMI. While it could work to give you manual control on top of its own calibration, it could limit you on connecting your sources (if you use more than one).
Your AVR, if it has a calibration feature, it applies some equalization as a result, even if you may not have access to alter its equalization curves.
The limitations you may experience could be (as suggested earlier) the room layout and speakers placement. I think you can only do so much with calibration against some setups.
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