Audyssey Black Friday Sale has started!
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 →
People generally tend to use "house curves" for Dirac Live. I don't quite agree with this approach. Find out why!
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!
Audyssey can sound can harsh in the high frequencies when set up incorrectly. Part of this issue however is to do with how the algorithm works. In this article I explain why room treatment is so critical for Audyssey to sound great!
Here you were thinking you had it all sorted once you applied EQ to your system, hey? Not so fast... a flat EQ is not going to give you correct tonal balance after all. Meet Loudness Correction.