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Audyssey MultiEQ-X
« on: December 15, 2021, 11:19:12 AM »
Joined a webinar describing the new Audyssey MultiEQ-X. It's like the Audyssey App, but way more powerful. 

Here is the user guide!

Available here - Get MultEQ-X - Microsoft Store

This should work with any receiver that can use the app. 

Supported models (Product availability varies by region):
Denon AV Receivers: AVR-X6300H, AVR-X4300H, AVR-X3300W, AVR-X2300W, AVR-X1300W, AVR-S920W, AVR-S720W, AVR-S930H, AVR-S730H, AVR-X1400H, AVR-X2400H, AVR-X3400H, AVR-X4400H, AVR-X6400H, AVR-X8500H, AVR-S740H, AVR-S940H, AVR-X1500H, AVR-X2500H, AVR-X3500H, AVR-X4500H, AVR-X6500H, AVR-X1600H, AVR-X2600H, AVR-X3600H, AVR-S750H, AVR-S950H, AVR-A110, AVR-X6700H, AVR-X4700H, AVR-X3700H, AVR-X2700H, AVR-S960H, AVR-X8500HA, AVR-X1700H, AVR-S760H
Marantz AV Receivers: AV7703, SR7011, SR6011, SR5011, NR1607, NR1608, SR5012, SR6012, SR7012, SR8012, AV7704, AV8805, NR1609, SR5013, SR6013, SR7013, AV7705, NR1710, SR5014, SR6014, SR8015, SR7015, SR6015, SR5015, NR1711, AV7706, AV8805A
Not compatible with Denon and Marantz models other than those listed above.
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Re: Audyssey MultiEQ-X
« Reply #1 on: December 15, 2021, 06:34:33 PM »
I participated in that webinar as well. I am not well-versed in audio calibration at this level, but enjoyed it overall.

My impression was that since the underlying process is still MultEQ-XT32 (for those receivers with it), that it didn't seem like a major step forward. I guess I was thinking that it might close the gap to a Dirac level correction, but it seems like it doesn't.

$200 per license also seemed a bit steep, relative to the $20 app, although I do understand the PC-based system is quite a bit more sophisticated.

What was your take-away from this?

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Re: Audyssey MultiEQ-X
« Reply #2 on: December 15, 2021, 06:41:42 PM »
I participated in that webinar as well. I am not well-versed in audio calibration at this level, but enjoyed it overall.

My impression was that since the underlying process is still MultEQ-XT32 (for those receivers with it), that it didn't seem like a major step forward. I guess I was thinking that it might close the gap to a Dirac level correction, but it seems like it doesn't.

$200 per license also seemed a bit steep, relative to the $20 app, although I do understand the PC-based system is quite a bit more sophisticated.

What was your take-away from this?
How much was the Audyssey Pro license? I think it was a lot more money. This looked like it has a lot of control but it's more than I can use. I could play with the app a lot more before needing this. 
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