Durch die Nutzung unserer Dienste erklären Sie sich damit einverstanden, dass wir Cookies setzen. AVR-S930H, AVR-S730H, AVR-S920W, AVR-S720W. If it works as intended, it would flatten the bass peaks and valleys a bit, and leave the rest alone. Cookies helfen uns bei der Bereitstellung unserer Dienste. The latest Marantz audio video products use Audyssey MultEQ for simple, accurate set-up and calibration of your system to the room in which it’s used. Recently picked up a Marantz AV7704 pre/pro (coming from an Outlaw 975) and am using XT32 and the MultEQ Editor app for the first time. For reference, I attached screenshots of the L/R and subs "Before" curves from 2 separate app calibrations. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account. The MultEQ app is thoroughly discussed in the thread. This is stolen from AVS but this is the advice that gave me the best results: Raise the crossover settings to 80Hz. But now you can take it a step further with the Audyssey MultEQ Editor app… ready for instant re-loading should one ever need to reset their system. Refer to the Audyssey Setup/FAQ Guide in the Audyssey sticky thread as well as the 2015 Denon AVR Owner's thread (posts 1-8) for more helpful information. However, when changing the MultEQ XT32 setting to "Flat" - no sound?! With this comprehensive app and some of Denon and Marantz’s latest I’ve had many AVR’s that use Audyssey but it’s always sounded processed to me. × on regions): *Not compatible with Denon models Upload or insert images from URL. BTW, I set my L/R to small and 80 Hz crossover after the calibration. JavaScript is disabled. total control of the way their home cinema sounds. I also wanted to be able to share it easily, if I thought it would help someone here. I limited the MultiEQ to 300hz, turned off MCR. listening preferences. Rather instead using the Speakers - Manual Setup - Test Tones - Subwoofer setting to boost the sub +5db (that is unless the initial Manual Setup setting is -12db, in which case you'll need to lower the gain on the SVS sub to about 9 o'clock (25%) and run Audyssey again). The Audyssey technology detects the size, type and Free at last, free at last! × The difference is substantial. I'd steer you to some existing threads on the subject although I don't see how I could know your thoughts. I would accept the values for now. Marantz Network AV receivers will support the app as well. Wow. Improve sound. Tailor tailor the sound of your Denon home cinema to your personal preferences with the Audyssey MultEQ Editor App. Not sure if Tone Controls are available when Audyssey is enabled - will need to check that out. With this comprehensive app, you can harness the power of Audyssey MultEQ to take total control of the way your home cinema sounds. Marantz to deliver this unique capability for fine tuning these AV Receivers.”. I believe that I might prefer a more typical house curve (Harman-like, perhaps) with a rising bass response. I only use my room for watching movies and tv so I prefer the Reference Curve with DEQ ON. The Audyssey Flat setting (also called Music in some products) uses the MultEQ filters in the same way as the Audyssey curve, but it does not apply a high frequency roll-off. Adjusting sub levels up is a way to increase the bass below the LPF point - guess it would create a bass shelf in the summed curve. AMD vs. Intel and Nvidia - The Next-Gen GPU War is ON! Great new curves! states: “The Audyssey MultEQ Editor app enables users to enjoy reference $20 US. Before my subs were set at -5, now -3.5. The Audyssey MultEQ Editor app, available for iPhones and iPads via the iTunes Note: Your post will require moderator approval before it will be visible. Posting similar stuff at AVS, but thought I’d bring this topic to the Klipsch forum for additional input. Chris Kyriakakis, Chief Technology Officer, Audyssey Laboratories, Inc., I currently own a Denon 3311ci with Audyssey MultEQ XT and I picked up a Denon X4000 with no intentions of keeping it because I just wanted to fulfil my curiosity if XT32 would be any … full-blown Dolby Atmos/DTS:X immersive surround system. calibration, making it easy to identify room problems and see just what changes following models are able to use the app (product availability varies depending Great new curves! each channel pair, Switch between two high-frequency roll-off target The nice thing about the MultEQ editor app is that one can limit the correction range to Schroeder (say somewhere between 200-300Hz), and leave the mids and highs uncorrected/filtered. I'll do more research in this area and report back if I learn something significant. I limited MultiEQ to 300hz and turned off DEQ. Come join the discussion about home audio/video, TVs, projectors, screens, receivers, speakers, projects, DIY’s, product reviews, accessories, classifieds, and more! I'd like to determine if there is more background on the recommended 5 dB sub boost. Discussion Starter • #1 • Aug 22, 2018. Tone controls are still available with Audyssey on the Marantz AV7704. puts complete home theater customization at your fingertips. Denon AV Receiver: AVR-X6300H, AVR-X4300H, AVR-X3300W, AVR-X2300W, AVR-X1300W, Bass is better defined without DEQ. The latest Denon Marantz audio video products use Audyssey MultEQ for simple, accurate set-up calibration of your system to the room in which it’s used. So, I’m curious if other folks feel that the bass needs tweaking after calibration and would like to know what you’ve done to tweak. This would be in the context of combined L/R/subs curves. Those "After" curves are predicted, not measured from what I understand. I have Klipsch RP’s and felt Audyssey has always choked the top end. The mid range to highs seemed a bit harsh after audyssey. The latest Denon Marantz audio-video products use Audyssey MultEQ for simple and precise calibration of your system configuration according to the room in which it is used. We are happy to see Audyssey is now joining the ranks and doing the same. Die neuesten Audio-/Videoprodukte von Denon Marantz verwenden Audyssey MultEQ, damit Sie Ihr System bei seiner Einrichtung einfach und präzise für den Raum kalibrieren können, in dem Sie es verwenden werden. We have always had reservations about Room EQ especially above the room transition frequency (300Hz to 500Hz) that makes it very difficult for auto-EQ systems to be effective and not cause more harm than good. Improve sound. A forum community dedicated to home theater owners and enthusiasts. I believe that I might prefer a more typical house curve (Harman-like, perhaps) with a rising bass response. Using the App it looks like my levels are more accurate. However, when changing the MultEQ XT32 setting to "Flat" - no sound?!