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Re: Onkyo Announces Two New AVRs (TX-NR535 and TX-NR636), Featuring Proprietary Room Correction Software and HDMI 2.0

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I've been in contact with Onkyo about it!
What have they said so far
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I believe we have a confirmation for an RX unit... I'll know more next week.
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I believe we have a confirmation for an RX unit... I'll know more next week.
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Todd, I think Onkyo needs to step up and show us just exactly what Accueq does and how it works. For a new technology it would be really helpful instead of relying on user opinions.
Other room Eq software do illustrate the features and how it works.
An example the other day I used my SR805 with XT engaged and with no EQ. I noticed with XT it dampened the bass and speakers seemed less natural than with no EQ.
I then did Accueq with my N646 and noticed it sounded much like my 805 without the EQ.
Now I question did the N646 sound clear because of the Accueq or was it because there was maybe no or not much EQ applied.

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I've talked with Onkyo...they didn't seem that interested in detailing the differences between last year's version and this year's.

Trying to decipher the differences is on my to do list...
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Re: Onkyo Announces Two New AVRs (TX-NR535 and TX-NR636), Featuring Proprietary Room Correction Software and HDMI 2.0

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I've talked with Onkyo...they didn't seem that interested in detailing the differences between last year's version and this year's.

Trying to decipher the differences is on my to do list...
I know. Last week sometime I was told by an Onkyo agent that the newer models were updated to EQ mains and sub. Today when I called to find out when DTS X was going to be released (they are not sure when) I went ahead and asked again about Accueq and this agent told me the opposite. He mentioned it only Eq's the Center and surrounds plus Sub.
I think they are not educated well enough with this new system and I believe they will not have much info available until they can tweak and master all of what is laking.
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Re: Onkyo Announces Two New AVRs (TX-NR535 and TX-NR636), Featuring Proprietary Room Correction Software and HDMI 2.0

Last night I reran Accueq and again it set my mains to 200hz. My SVS Primes are much capable than that. Then the distance was really off for most speakers. It set the mains to 3 and 4 ft when I really sit 12 ft away.
I had to manually redo them.
This is with their Advanced eq since you now can eq the mains and sub.
Anyhow I'm not sure what the eq really did or not sound wise the nr646 still packs a punch.

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