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On another forum, a guy who goes by Gooddoc put in a minor shelving filter to dial down the top end a wee bit. That is the kind of stuff that audio architect will work well to do (you can even save different presets) that I wouldn't want to do in a AV processor. You can go all tweaker, but I'm not a tweaker either. I just set them up as per factory and enjoyed for the last 5 months. I'll run room eq when I finish setting up my Atmos.
P.S. since both of you will be using the DCi amps with the M2s, if you run into any trouble loading the tunings, give me a shout. I spend 1.5hrs on the phone with a rep because there was one key thing left out of the instructions. They probably fixed it but if they haven't, it is easy enough to do.
Cant wait to read your thoughts once they arrive. With the LIO front end I would expect stellar performance.I may end up with the same setup.
At the moment, because I've been lazy the last couple of months (long story but transitioning jobs), I haven't set up surround, and am running 2.0 only. I put in the HPF tuning, but I really don't need to for my listening levels. I will likely change that when i go back to add the tunings for my 7 series surrounds and atmos. I have dual Rythmik subs at the moment with two other subs in storage (don't think they'll fit in this apartment). I've even been too lazy to hang my AT screen and projector, and just been using my trusty old 58" plasma. The one bit missing from the instructions was that when you load the M2 tunings (only a problem with M2 and DCi combo) the software doesn't automatically save it to the profile. The trick is that you need to manually enter the name of the tuning after loading it, which will force it to save it to your amp. It was a software bug, not something missing per se from the instructions since no other combo had this issue. I actually found the fix myself while on the phone with them because they didnt' have the same combo on hand and couldn't recreate the problem. In the big M2 thread on AVS, I was a bit clearer in my explanation because it was fresh on my mind. I'll look for it, maybe a screen shot too.
Good stuff to know. My order is slightly different as I went with the DCi8/600. A bit less power but it will run my M2 LCR off of one chassis.
I will be flying to hear this FULL JBL ATMOS setup!
I'm running DCi4/600 for LR. I have a DCi8/300 for surrounds, atmos, and for now center, so even less power to center until I grab another DCi2/600
You'll have to wait until May then
...The surrounds are all 305p as you know. I can get power above my ceiling so that became the most cost effective solution. I would have loved to do 705 everywhere but funds aren't unlimited.
If you see the need (probably not), you can always upgrade them to 705p ($1k/ea) and don't have to worry about the amp reqs, it would be a simple swap.
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