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Submitted by Johnnyzee99 1091d ago | opinion piece

Automatic surround sound calibrations, do they work?

The Man Cave Cinema: Ever since the advent of automatic surround sound calibration in audio/video receivers (AVR), why do people still go back and manually check everything? Don't we trust it? Do we think we can do a better job?

With the likes of Audyssey, Yamaha's YPAO and Pioneer's MCACC to name of few auto calibration systems, why do we still go back to a tape measure and a sound meter? (Audio, Culture, Pioneer, Yamaha)

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