Find out how to get the best out of you Audyssey receiver in this article by configuring Audyssey the Right Way!
Good sound is dependent just as much on doing the setup correctly, than it is on buying great gear. In this guide, I show you how to get the very best out of your Yamaha Receiver by configuring YPAO correctly.
Audyssey Black Friday Sale has started!
I wanted to cover this topic as I have some amplifier reviews coming in soon so I wanted to introduce the topic a bit more broadly before we get into it. Aspects to Consider There are 4 issues to consider when trying to answer this question: The type of AVR you have The type of... Continue Reading →
Introduction This is not a review as such, but my impressions on my time with the Sony XW7000. The unit was not supplied by Sony, it was not a "golden sample" and this article is not solicited in any way. This is critical in my opinion as reviewers are sent golden samples by the manufacturers... Continue Reading →
Audyssey has sent out an email to installers a few days ago detailing a new licensing model for them. The new licensing offers a better cost structure for those who calibrate many receivers in their line of work. It requires the purchase of at least 5 licenses and comes with more discount, the more licenses... Continue Reading →
Sound United (now operating under its new parent company, Masimo) decided to do the unthinkable: implement Dirac Live in addition to Audyssey in their latest crop of Denon and Marantz receivers.
Greyscale is one of the most important elements of a calibrated image for your TV or projector. We take an overview of what it means and the controls available to calibrate them.
I have decided to provide some final thoughts and some final ANSI and ADL measurements with this article.
Learn how to calibrate HDR on the Epson UB6050 / UB5050 / TW9400 / TW8400. This is a great projector to learn calibration on.
Since TV and Projector calibration can seem a bit scary at first, I wanted to detail what is needed to do manual calibration on a TV or Projector.
Update 6 Jul '22: Here is an overview article on how to calibrate the Epson for HDR yourself if you want to have go. After having seen that HDR was very much watchable in low lamp on the NP5, I was inspired to do a brighter HDR curve for the Epson. I will give two... Continue Reading →
CCSS samples are used to correct your colorimeter to your display if you don’t have a spectrophotometer. They can be used with HCFR or ArgyllCMS.