Audyssey has released v1.1 of MultEQ-X along with new hardware. I cover what's new!
The Ultimate Denon AVR Resource for setting up your Denon Receiver. Includes checklist and external resources.
If you have more than one display connected to your AVR and you are having connection issues, try this "quick-fix" article to resolve your issue.
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!
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!
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...
It can be difficult to get Disney+ to sound great on big blockbuster movies. I give you some pointers for both Audyssey and Yamaha YPAO.
Should you turn Midrange Compensation on or off? How do you know if your speakers need it? Let's find out!