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What new powers does the Audyssey MultEQ-X app offer?

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Big news today in the world of Audyssey room correction. There’s a new app, it’s called MultEQ-X, and this is the first look Audyeesy users will have with upcoming improvements and added capabilities. Audyssey says the new app will offer the following features:

  • Measurement with detailed frequency responses for individual channels for easy room tuning
  • Adjusting the subwoofer level with slow and super slow beat rates
  • Advanced Target Curve Designer, with a new ‘cut mode’ control, plus full control over the target sound for every channel and preset
  • Manual override of all automatically detected parameters

Compatibility with the new app extends to all Denon and Marantz AVRs that work with the Audyssey MultEQ Editor app. But by app, we’re talking about Windows here, not a mobile device. The company claims that the MultEQ-X app is not a replacement for the existing app, but rather an app for those who want to delve deeper into the tuning of room correction in their system.

If you’re wondering what the problem is, nothing great is free. And in this case, the app costs $ 199.99 (which is why it’s a good thing that the existing Editor app stays in place). But hey, $ 200 isn’t crazy money for fancy PC software, is it?

  • Measurement with detailed frequency responses for individual channels for easy room tuning
  • Adjusting the subwoofer level with slow and super slow beat rates
  • Advanced Target Curve Designer, with a new ‘cut mode’ control, plus full control over the target sound for every channel and preset
  • Manual override of all automatically detected parameters?

But the idea here is that Audyssey’s “capability” is now built into the app and doesn’t depend on AV material. In other words, your PC calculates the numbers that include new features and sends the result to the AVR, so your existing equipment now supports new features. For $ 199.99.

No need to wait to try this new feature, the application is available now on the Microsoft Store. You can download the app for free and browse menus and features, but you can’t do an actual calibration without paying the license fee.

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