YPAO – The Lost Manual

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Have you spent hours configuring your Yamaha system and you are still not satisfied with the results? Or maybe you just got your Yamaha system and you want to get the very best performance out of it? Then this guide is for you…

What’s in the Guide?

(See Full Table of Contents and Change Log)

Version 3.0 of the guide is now out. See what’s new below! See Change Log for full list of changes and if you haven’t received your copy!

I reveal how to get amazing results with YPAO including:

  • How to set up your speakers and your room for optimum results
  • The mic patterns that will work best in your room
    • 1 tight and 1 medium pattern – these patterns will allow you to prioritise imaging even in larger spaces.
    • 1 wide pattern – this is a fail safe pattern – and what is included on the blog!
    • Notes on designing your own mic pattern
    • Advice for multiple rows of seating
  • Configuration changes that will allow you to maximise YPAO
  • How to choose the ideal subwoofer location in your room to maximise sub performance
    • 2 procedures and 2 scoring sheets to help with your subwoofer placement – just use your ears
    • Multi-Sub optimisation by integrating with Multi Sub Optimiser (MSO)
  • Troubleshooting YPAO – how to troubleshoot issues with YPAO including disjointed surround sound fields and subwoofer issues – step by step
  • New Chapter: Loudness Compensation and YPAO Volume (new in v3.0)
    • Including implementing house curves based on loudness compensation principles (new in v3.0)
    • New Curve Editor Excel Tool (new in v3.0)
    • New Loudness Memories Excel Tool (new in v3.0)
  • New section on Extra bass including measurements (new in v3.0)
  • New Chapter: Editing Manual PEQs (new in v3.0)
  • How to integrate YPAO with Dirac Live
  • The DOs and DON’Ts of running YPAO
  • What to do after running YPAO and configure crossovers, equalisation, surround levels and other settings to get ideal sound
  • 70+ pages of dense but easy to understand material based on 100s of hours of research and testing
  • Lots of easy to understand explanations to guide you through each step of the process.
  • Lots of new diagrams explaining the concepts in a visual manner (new in v3.0)

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70+ pages of easy to follow instructions

Did You Know?

small changes to your speaker positions and room can make a big difference in the sound?
– receiver user guides will show you only one mic pattern to use which may not work well in your room at all!
– room setup is as critical as choosing the right equipment. If you don’t get it right, you are leaving heaps of performance on the table

Guaranteed Results – Or Your Money Back!

1. Improved sound quality and speech intelligibilityor your money back!
2. Maximised subwoofer performance with smoother and tighter bass!
3. The walls will literally disappear and the sound will appear to be coming from beyond the walls of your room!
4. Gorgeous natural reverberations like in a purpose-built multiplex!

What Customers Are Saying…

“As a sound guy that also built our entire studio from the ground up, I appreciate all your effort put into this manual.  Good stuff that really helped dial my home Atmos receiver in well!” – Jason, Sound Engineer

“I would just like to say thanks again. I took what you said onboard and decided to give it one last try… tested each sub in the possible positions around the room. I found the best position for both then tested them together and..voilà it got rid of the null around 70hz and gave me a very flat response. Amazing. I then ran YPAO with the mic positions you suggested and it sounds fantastic.” – customer with RX-A3080 and dual subs

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19 thoughts on “YPAO – The Lost Manual

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  1. Hi
    On side 44, you wrote: “Position 2: Same position as number 1 but on the seat to the
    right of the centre seat”
    But on the picture, Position 2 is directly before Position1. So I guess the picture does not correlate with your documented positions. Is that a fault, or did I not understand something?
    BR Ralf

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    1. Hi Ralf,
      I think you mean position 3: the wide pattern. (Corresponding to page 44 in v3.0)

      If you look at the text above it says that only position 1 corresponds to Yamaha’s picture. (“However, this is where the similarities stop. To get an ideal measurement, the following is recommended:”)

      But I understand this may be confusing so thank you for bringing this to my attention. I’ll try and get a 3D picture done for this mic pattern for the next version of the guide. Thx again. 🙂

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      For everyone’s attention: please kindly use the issue reporting link on the first page of the guide or the contact form on the site to report issues if at all possible. It makes it easier to track them and allocate them for fixes and it also guarantees a more timely response in case I miss the comment on here. Much appreciate it. 🙂

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    1. Hi Tom, the link is send in email straight away. I have just resent it from the system. Please kindly check in your spam folder in case the link landed there. Thanks!

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