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Re: Cohesive Sound Stage & Imaging

Afraid so.

Although the result will knock your socks off.


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Sounds like what I have heard on numerous occasions... get them out from the front wall with good separation and magic starts to happen in nearly every case.

Have you measured the response of each speaker from your MLP with REW?

Imaging is going to improve significantly with frequency balanced left and right speakers... if you have the system to do it. I have to move the speakers... measure... run Audyssey... measure... listen. Fifty-eleven or more times before getting it right... right Wayne?

I am working through technical problem with windows 10 & REW. I am using HDMI cable from Onkyo 5505 preamp to Dell Inspiron N7110 laptop. REW doesn't recognize the Onkyo in audio mixer. Once I resolve this issue I will take some measurements.

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I am working through technical problem with windows 10 & REW. I am using HDMI cable from Onkyo 5505 preamp to Dell Inspiron N7110 laptop. REW doesn't recognize the Onkyo in audio mixer. Once I resolve this issue I will take some measurements.
HDMI issues... Where have I heard that one before?

Check oiut our HDMI tips n tricks guide. I'll betcha it helps you get it solved.


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