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Author: RocketsMomma Big gold star, 5000 posts Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 10535  
Subject: YPAO and the Yamaha RX-v571 Date: 10/18/2012 1:15 PM
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I am completely confused.

I've run it about 5 times. First time I saved before looking at the results and couldn't find a way to see them so I ran it again. Got the out of phase setting. Says the right surround is reversed. So I changed its wires, ran it again and now it says both surrounds are reversed. These are the cheap surrounds, apparently wired either way I get sound. the speaker wire is tied into a plug that goes into the back of the speaker. I put changed the polarity back, ran it again and still says both backs are reversed.

The distance for the rears is way off too. I'm wondering if the wires running through the basement and up to the speakers got mixed up. Though I'm pretty sure they tested correctly with the Sony.

I've moved the left rear, it was too centered anyway, took it out as far as the wire would let it go. I'll run it again as soon as the refrigerator stops running.

It set all speakers to small.

Center +.5db
Left -0
Right +.5
sub -2.5
LS +3
RS -.5

I noticed the instructions say to move all obstacles out of the room. Huh? Do they mean the furniture?

Oh I ran the source on HDMI 1. It also said to set the sub volume at half and max out the Hz which on mine goes way past 120. So, Do I move any of those now? Or just leave it?

RM
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