Let's have a look at some of the core functionality that I personally find useful and exciting in Audyssey MultEQ-X.
know budget and amazing don't normally go in the same sentence, especially with audio, but there is a trick most aren't aware of that can be used if you are willing to put up with a bit of inconvenience, and lack of style. Find out how!
People generally tend to use "house curves" for Dirac Live. I don't quite agree with this approach. Find out why!
You have been lied to! House Curves are based on research that ignore some very critical facts about how audio is mastered and how it is listened to. Find out what you can do about it!
Dirac Live is great but it doesn't have loudness compensation built in. House curves will get you some way to correct tonality, but if you want to listen to content as the content creators intended, then you need this guide!
Bass shakers can be great fun! However, integrating them properly requires more than just plugging them into the LFE RCA and an amp. Find out what's required as I give you an example with Dayton's TT25s.
I feel like Audyssey - and Sound United - have been stuck in their demo rooms for too long. Find out why!
Considering the massive brain trust that is within Dolby and DTS, I am incredibly surprised that Dolby and DTS streams don't yet include metadata about the volume level the track was mixed at - at the very minimum...
Now that we have full understanding of Audyssey's roadmap, I think we have a clear idea of what Onkyo, Pioneer and Integra need to stay competitive...
Dolby Atmos introduced height channels to a lot of people’s home theatre setups. However, contrary to what many believe, height channels existed as far back as 1985! Find out more!
Audyssey has introduced MultEQ-X, a PC based software program that connects to Marantz and Denon AVRs that currently support the Audyssey Mobile App. Here are its main features and my thoughts.
I wanted to give a bit of a helping hand for those that don't know how to configure Dynamic EQ and Dynamic Volume per input on their AVRs. Here are the settings I use...