Hey everyone. Playing around with the Audyssey app and different speaker positions. I read that the app was great since you’re able to set the filter wherever you want, and room EQ over 250-300hz isn’t necessarily a good thing. This is my front L speaker with the filter set at 20khz (top) and set at 500hz (bottom). \n\n\nNow obviously I’ve got more work to do with placement given that massive dip at 100hz. But setting the filter down to 500hz makes it look as though I’m losing another 2-3 dB at each dip under 500hz. Not sure why that would be?\n\nAlso just looking at the comparison from the top, *relatively* flat result when EQing up to 20k would be considered worse than the bottom set at 500.\n\nI ran Audyssey a couple times yesterday with a couple different front placements and it’s interesting to see how it affects BOTH before and after results. But also a huge pain to have to run Audyssey each time (although I just run 3x with the mic at the listening position vs moving it around). So I’mplanning to download room eq and get a mic. So the other question would be, if I can find and address problems using that software if there is a way to apply the software findings to the receiver?\n\nA lot of questions I know. Just head over heels with my new hobby and curious as hell to figure everything out!