The pro setup still allows more post-processing, tweaking and has a much better (calibrated) mic and preamp.Hey all, with the new Integra 80.3 would this still benefit from using the PRO setup or is the on-board Audessy pretty good now?
Yes anyone can buy. Google the kit to find sellers. Audyssey also sell directly.This may be covering old ground, but will they sell the Pro kit to anyone who has the price? Do they require special qualifications, training, certification?
Any idea how many HTS members have the Pro kit?
A pro calibration brings benefits in my setup . The surround channels seem to be better . The ability to do a as many points as me would want is very nice. The kit does not do well with dual subs and touch up is usually required . REW is a very good approach for that.
I used Omnimic to change the distances listed for each subto smooth out the response around the xover.
The ability to edit the response for each set of speakers can be useful .
I think one really needs to be into hi fidelity to find the cost of the kit and license worth it.