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Monroe Posted 2 months 1 week ago
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Hello everyone, I've been planning to buy an AVR to replace my outdated pre amp processor and amp. I plan on building a full HT setup and I feel the bass department is pretty well taken care of by my Triton 2+. I keep reading that Audessey is kind of a no go because it can't seem to place the powered section of the Tritons. Is this going to be the same story with DIRAC live? Denon x3700H on one hand and Onkyo TX RZ50. Opinions?

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Moderator Posted 2 months 1 week ago
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Hi Monroe, If you connected the two subwoofer outputs from either the Denon or Onkyo receivers your considering to the LFE inputs on each of your Triton Two+ towers, these receivers would treat the subwoofers in the towers like two separate subwoofers. You could then use the Audyssey or Dirac auto-calibration systems built-into these receivers with "reasonably good" success. Granted, it's hard to say how accurately both of these auto-calibrations would work in your system, but it's certainly worth a try. (You could always tweak the subwoofer controls in these receivers manually as well.) Happy Listening!

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