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YPAO Fail?

using Martin Logan electrotats NOT the motion series, ypao fails it says speakers out of phase but they are not, what does the failure mean? are the other calibrations actually applied? all distances and crossover appear correct , size determination is good so why fail?
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It is quite common for auto-setup programs (YPAO, Audyssey, MCACC, etc) to show an out-of-phase warning with electrostat (and bipolar) speakers. You can safely ignore it.
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Yep, my Yamaha consistently reported a surround speaker miswired when it was certifiably wired correctly. I even did continuity checks after putting on the banana/flextip terminations.

Depending on your model, you can post in one of the Yamaha owners' threads to compare with other Yamamaniacs.

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