Hi all :)
Have any of you tried liming the room EQ frequencies on your setups?
When I first got my Arendal speakers I was really disappointed as I was expecting them to sound MUCH better than my at the time Q Acoustics speakers that I had. I was also using Denon 2600H, but when I got the Arendal speakers I upgraded to Denon 4700H with Audyssey XT32.
What I later discovered was the fact that Audyssey XT32 was doing way too much correction above ‘Schroeder’ frequency (room transition frequency) which in my case was 400Hz (I attached my frequency responses for those interested).
So once I limited the room correction to only go up to 400Hz the speakers transformed and sounded much much better. Which in my previous case was exactly what happened with Denon 2600H since its room correction had far fewer filters it would apply.
I would welcome others to give it a go and see how it goes.