** Man of Leisure **
OK, here is how I understand it. If you make changes using the NanoAVR and then re-run the Audyssey, there is a good chance that Audyssey will "un-do" the changes you made. So my advice would be to make any changes in the NanoAVR after the Audyssey calibration has completed, and not to re-run the calibration. And, of course, measure the results of any changes you make to ensure you are not introducing any unwanted effects to the frequency response.Now that I have HDMI issue resolved I have one or two other quick questions. First, I am pretty happy with how Audyssey X32 has things calibrated but have always suspected I am missing out on some mid-bass thump for my 2 Seaton F2 Submersives. After I confirm that is the case with REW sweeps with X32 turned on, am I correct in assuming I can go right to the NanoAVR HD Bass Correction in order to help boost my mid-bass? I don't really want to "equalize" all channels and mess up what I already have in Audyssey. And if that is indeed the case how do I keep the changes that I make in NanoAVR HD? Do I simply make the changes with X32 turned on and save the one of the Nano pre-sets? As always, any help and direction is greatly appreciated!!! Especially you Jerry. You have been extremely helpful as well as patient!