If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account. Clear editor. I spent all this money and you can't give me the app to use it. Started September 26, 2016, By chinook9   Your link has been automatically embedded. Being flat below 1kHz is dumb. It could be the wireless access point blocking inbound traffic. Just found out Audyssey has a new calibration app out for $20. Started Monday at 07:22 AM, By As a result, I kept on disabling Audyssey all the time. Started November 11, By Agree the Audyssey app post correction curves don't reflect the actual, or even resembles it. joe801 is offline Quote. Took me a while to realize. By Well, not any more :) I nearly always listen in plain stereo (2 tower speakers and 2 subwoofers). Have a room with high vaulted ceilings. https://i.imgur.com/oTxWdw1.png. The MultEQ app is thoroughly discussed in …   You cannot paste images directly. 4heckssake Started 2 hours ago, By Started November 5, 2010, By Just to clarify Al, has the app completely replaced the pro-kit? NoCoder eman Anyone downloaded it and have tried it out? Much of my applied learnings have followed their guidance with good success, although I have to say it can depend on your 'google-fu' ability to find the wealth of information. Would this supplement what i've calibrated already? Australian Business Number 79 662 719 408. Oh I agree .. qik_shift It’s $31 which is pretty steep as far as smartphone apps go, but is it worth it? atsq New cart requiring maximum VTF. jeromelang Change target curve from this to this (more or less at least). I want to try it, but not at the risk of wasting money. The app only has one review on the App Store so wasn’t sure. the app is really just to remove laptop-pc from equation. December 31, 2019 in General AV Discussion. Standard Audyssey in the AVR made my speakers sound too bright/harsh in my living room when listening to my favorite kind of music (pop music with heavy bass, think Rita Ora, Charli XCX, etc.). I have no idea how accurate this graph generated in the App is but clearly it has at least some basis in truth: with Audyssey enabled (limited to 300Hz) bass indeed sounds better/smoother, and I no longer have to accept excessive harshness/brightness at the higher frequencies ! And the overall results may not suit your tastes. Ian McP Buying Advice, Tech Support, etc for Televisions, Home Theater, Speakers, Projectors, Audio/Video Receivers, etc. I’m looking at upgrading my Denon 4311 to something newer that supports 4K. Some users go back to Audyssey some stick with their latest acquisition. So went from YPAO to Audyssey XT32. By clicking links on our site, we may earn affiliate commission, but our editorial remains entirely independent and unbiased. Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube. Ive already run through the setup with the mic on my Denon X2400H receiver. You have to actually run Audyssey through the app. With regard to room measuring, I think the app is worth the £20 for that alone. Standard Audyssey in the AVR made my speakers sound too bright/harsh in my living room when listening to my favorite kind of music (pop music with heavy bass, think Rita Ora, Charli XCX, etc.). ... and mine is one generation too old to use this. post #2 of 2 Old 04-28-2017, 08:17 PM.   Pasted as rich text. Once the app is connected, it shows the exact calibration screen and settings we natively get in the SR7011. The graph I show has a roll-off in the low-bass, but if your sub can handle it, then don’t roll-off. Advice please in next step in improving my set up, best closed headphones better than Sony Z1R, Something Wicked This Way Comes... (from Italy), FS: Noble Kaiser 10 (K10) Custom In Ear Monitor (CIEM), Is this OK? When you open the app it searches for AVRs on the network and then you select the one you are calibrating and then it guides you through the steps (connect the mic etc). Our publication is supported by its audience. My post was just to share that it actually works really well. Way too many horror stories about this app to be even remotely worth the $20 they want for it, IMO. The other app they have ‘AVR Remote’ is pretty just ok … With the app it's actually a fair recommendation to limit the room correction software to low and mid bass frequencies e.g. NoCoder I’ll check it out. stinger StereoNET (Australia) is part of an international network of publications owned wholly by Sound Media Group (Australia). I never had any experience with anything other than XT32. Great news! Started Monday at 11:50 PM, By I've got the android version for my X6300H and the app does a better job than the AVR onboard processor. × I think it's created to replace the older Audyssey pro calibration kit and assumes you have prior knowledge... Also, pro calibration support was only available in the top end devices, with the MultiEQ App now, it brings support for calibration to lower end models as well. It's Audyssey's guess as there are no measurements taken post-correction. Ah, didn't know it was also supported on mid-range AVRs. When I say it took me a while to figure it out, to be honest: I only realized it months after I bought the app. It’s $31 which is pretty steep as far as smartphone apps go, but is it worth it? I just picked up a Denon X3600h, which I pretty happy with btw and saw that it supports the Audyssey MultEQ Editor App. The main two benefits of the app are that you can use it measure your room, and that you can limit the room correction to the lower frequencies only. Started March 9, 2017, By If you do use the app, please consider using (and adding bug reports and feature requests on github!) bodean ... just wondering if the $20 price tag is worth it. Cmon man! Bought the 8805, got the app, fiddled with it a bit, never touched it since. Powered by Invision Community. It would always fail when the AVR was only connected through wireless. I just picked up a Denon X3600h, which I pretty happy with btw and saw that it supports the Audyssey MultEQ Editor App. Display as a link instead, × Ian Lyons grasshoppers. FWIW, the "after" graph isn't accurate. I know $20 in the grand scheme of things isn't much, but it's the principle. NeilW 2). Now with Audyssey taking a profile of the room, it’s suppose to equalize better. Once we carry out the speaker measurements, the app will show the correction it's applying . Started October 7, By The calibration result I have using the AVR setup is great so I think I’d just be making it worse. Audyssey MultEQ Editor App. New Audyssey MultEq app worth it? you can possibly pick up a 2016 and above model eg av8802A thats fully 4k capable... takes everything i throw at it from all sources from appletv4k to uhd from pana or oppo to xbox one x and yep it runs off pro kit no problem at all  it wasn't replaced till 2018 with the 8805... another option is a7702 mk 2 like av8802a above.... in AVRs look at the x7702wa this is flagship and like 8802a will take everything thrown at it and is also pro kit capable.... https://www.zkelectronics.com/receiver/denon-avr-x7200wa/usa/.

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