I review Dirac Live's implementation on Denon and Marantz receivers and compare it to Audyssey with regards to cost, setup, equalisation and sound quality.
I'll guide you through the process of viewing and editing the Audyssey app's code to add features and functionalities that improve the customization of your Audyssey calibration.
We take a look at Denon's flagship AVR, the AVR-A1H, its features and why it has been called a super AVR with its 15.4 channels.
Our personalised Audyssey Health Check Report can take your Audyssey system to the next level. We will assess the current state of your system and suggest ways to improve it without breaking the bank.
We give an overview of the best consumer audio calibration microphones available in 2023 for your home cinema calibration needs.
I discuss the bass performance of Audyssey, Dirac Live, Dirac Live Bass Control, Dirac Live ART and Multi-Sub Optimiser.
Audyssey is already planning the next round of features for MultEQ-X. Here is a list that we are aware of.
I go through the process I took to configure my Cinema 50 for Equal-Loudness Curves with Dirac Live. You can do the same with your Denon or Marantz AVR.
I take a look what the difference between the Marantz Cinema 40 versus Cinema 50 and if the Cinema 40 worth the $1000 extra cost.
I give you my impression of Krix's MX20 "Wall of Sound" system, as well as tell you about its limitations and what we might do about it.
MultEQ-X Pro is a software package that's available for A/V businesses and installers, as opposed to MultEQ-X that is consumer-oriented. While MultEQ-X Pro has been around for 6 months or so, if you new who to email to request access, Audyssey is officially launching the program across the board today, 14 March 2023. The following... Continue Reading →
I finally review MultEQ-X and tell you what I like and not like about it. You can also trust me to break it while I'm at it.