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What should I consider when calibrating with Audyssey?

The Audyssey room correction acoustically verifies connections / distance / speaker volume & phase. Then it calibrates the whole system including removing the acoustic problems of the room

This allows settings such as:

  • Distance of the speaker to the listener
  • Level
  • Frequency linearity
  • Phase Behavior be corrected.

In general, the placement of the speakers should be made ​​from an acoustic point of view. This will keep the correction as low as possible. Less correction will be needed, But sometime this is just not possible and relying on hard “EQ’ing” is the only method of getting a better sound.
Pay special attention to:

  • The Measurement microphone should always take readings at ear level, using a microphone stand will give you the best flexibility for taking measurements.
  • Make sure you use all of the measurement positions with Audyssey
  • If possible do NOT place the subwoofer in a corner of a room  
  • Surround speakers should generate indirect sound, Dipoles are best for this.
  • If the room has many hard surfaces, try to break this up with rugs & maybe wall hangings. This will help to absorb some of the reflections.
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Last update:
2013-07-15 10:12



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