file Denon 4311CRI Audyssey MultEQ XT 32

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ssientile Posted 9 years 6 months ago
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Hi all,

Enjoying the Tritons more and more.

I have been using the Denon 4311 with Audyssey MultEQ XT 3, the avr has the ability to provide 2 channel direct/stereo and sounds great. However, when I auto calibrate I continue to get a phase error with one speaker, Denon suggest to skip this as the Tritions might be phased this way.

Is this correct?

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Moderator Posted 9 years 6 months ago
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Glad to hear you are enjoying the Tritons. I have heard of this before with some Audyssey systems - I believe their interpretation is correct and it should be ignored. If something was actually out of phase there would be a sonic issue to go along with it.

Perhaps other forum members that use Audyssey can offer some insight.

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DaveK Posted 9 years 5 months ago
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Just posted a similar Audyssey calibration problem with my Marantz SR7005 under the TritonCinema forum ... didn't see this post, otherwise would have submitted it here.

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Moderator Posted 9 years 5 months ago
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No worries - here's the response from there:

This is fairly common and the general consensus is the system sounds better without the Audyssey correction. I have no idea why the out of phase message appears but your summary is correct, the speakers are fine. In our experience, room correction outside the low frequencies is a very mixed bag.

Enjoy your system.

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Tsgt2007 Posted 6 years 3 months ago
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I had the same issue with my Marantz SR5008 and one speaker with the out of phase issue didn't sound right so I made sure all my speaker wire and banana plugs connection was tight and ran the Audyssey test several times until I got it right and sounds awesome.
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murphyslaw1978 Posted 6 years 3 months ago
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I've also heard that it's good to "run the Audyssey test several times."
7.1 today, moving to 7.1.4 tomorrow
(2) Triton Two - front mains
(1) Sat 60C - center
(2) Sat 50s - sides
(2) Sat 50s - rear
(2) DIY 18" Stereo Integrity subs, 1100w each
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