The latest Denon Marantz audio video products use Audyssey MultEQ for simple, accurate set-up calibration of your system to the room in which it’s used. But, now you can go further with the Audyssey MultEQ Editor app, going ‘under the hood’ to view and adjust settings for detailed tuning – allowing you to customize the sound more precisely to the specific problems in your room, and tailor the sound to your personal preferences. With this comprehensive app, you can harness the power of Audyssey MultEQ to take total control of the way your home cinema sounds.
This app will allow you to:
•View the speaker detection results, to check correct installation
•View before and after results of the Audyssey calibration, making it easy to identify room problems.
•Edit the Audyssey target curve for each channel pair to suit your tastes
•Adjust the overall EQ frequency rolloff for each channel pair
•Switch between 2 high frequency rolloff target curves
•Enable/Disable midrange compensation to make the sound brighter or smoother
•Save and load calibration results
This app requires specific hardware in your product to function: please double-check that your Denon or Marantz model is supported - see list below - before purchasing.
•Multi-Language Support (English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Dutch, Swedish, Polish, Russian, Japanese and Simplified Chinese. The OS language setting is automatically detected; when not available, English is selected.)
Compatible models: (Product availability varies depending on regions.)
Denon AV Receiver: AVR-X6300H, AVR-X4300H, AVR-X3300W, AVR-X2300W, AVR-X1300W, AVR-S920W, AVR-S720W, AVR-S730H, AVR-S930H, AVR-X1400H, AVR-X2400H, AVR-X3400H, AVR-X4400H, AVR-X6400H, AVR-X8500H, AVR-S740H, AVR-S940H, AVR-X1500H, AVR-X2500H, AVR-X3500H, AVR-X4500H, AVR-X6500H, AVR-X1600H, AVR-X2600H, AVR-X3600H, AVR-S750H, AVR-S950H, AVR-A110, AVR-X6700H, AVR-X4700H, AVR-X3700H, AVR-X2700H, AVR-S960H
Marantz AV Receiver: AV7703, SR7011, SR6011, SR5011, NR1607, NR1608, SR5012, SR6012, SR7012, SR8012, AV7704, AV8805, NR1609, SR5013, SR6013, SR7013, AV7705, NR1710, SR5014, SR6014, SR8015, SR7015, SR6015, SR5015, NR1711, AV7706
Not compatible with Denon and Marantz models other than those listed above.
I enjoy this app very much but just recently I have found that the receiver is found but greyed out and I can not select it to upload the corrected file. Does anyone know how to correct it? I have a Marantz SR5011, hard wired, and firmware is current.
Apr 19, 2021
I spent 30 minutes going through the Audyssey setup on my receiver thinking this app could then view and edit those settings only to find out that the setup had to be done through the app. Seriously?!?! I’ll waste more time another day to see if the tweaks the app allows are everything the internet claims them to be.
Feb 14, 2021
First off, regardless if you’re using Audyssey XT32, YPAO, MCACC Pro, Dirac Live or ARC, running full range frequency correction isn’t going to improve your overall experience in terms of listening pleasure. Audyssey XT32 does not have the ability to take into account all of the variables that come into play in terms of high frequency output and the “after” graphs are extremely optimistic. Using a UMIK-2 microphone and REW over the years I’ve shown dozens of people that various Room EQ systems are doing them no favors beyond the room transition frequency. There’s a belief amongst the novice or pre-novice home theater crowd that Auto Room EQ can fix anything from poorly engineered speakers built with sub par quality components with minimal R&D to poor speaker placement and even room modes. Obviously that’s not the case with XT32. However, it does consistently flatten my frequency response from the 300hz limit I set it at to the low frequency extension limit of whatever speaker system I happen to be using. For example I know in my room if I’m running my 5.4.4 Atmos system that consists of Mirage OMD-25’s for mains, OMD-15’s for surrounds, two pairs of OMD-5’s for top front and top rear and an OMD-C2 for a CC that the OMD-28’s are going to naturally have a huge 15-20dB peak from about 30hz-70hz as confirmed with REW. After running the Multi EQ app that peak is virtually gone. In terms of the all important subwoofer EQ via the Sub HT I was always able to obtain -/+3dB from 12hz-200hz on average using only the Audyssey EQ, optimal subwoofer placement and proper phase & time alignment; done by manually adjusting the subwoofer 1 & 2 distance. However if you truly want the best possible performance out of your subwoofers spend the $100-$200 on a solid USB Microphone (Dayton Audio UMM6 is about $98, the UMIK-1 is $89 and the UMIK-2 is about $200) and a MiniDSP 2x4 or 2x4HD (the 2x4 is $99 and the HD is $199) so for a little over $200 shipped you’ll have the ability to instantly measure your subwoofers response, generate EQ filters and apply them, remeasure and adjust your parameters accordingly all with REW which is totally free and runs very well on both Windows 10 and Mac OS High Sierra and up. Since you’re only EQing the LFE channel if your computer doesn’t have HDMI outputs REW runs just as well with a TOS-link or mini-TOSLink to TOS-link cable. Obviously the MiniDSP route is for the more advanced user but it’s advantages over a system like Audyssey in terms of end user configurability is unsurpassed. Just remember, just because the Audyssey app doesn’t make your $500 Klipsch home theater in a box speakers sound as good as you think they should and that joke of an 8”, 10” or 12” subwoofer they sell people has the 25hz roll off applied, it doesn’t mean the app doesn’t work. What it means is that no auto EQ system can make bad speakers sound good.
Mar 13, 2021
I’m running the App on an iPad Pro (3rd gen) and it interfaces with my Marantz AV7706 and runs through the calibration with No issues. I edit the file and change front speaker size from large to small and set crossovers. I load the file into the 7706, again without issue, and when I play Dolby Atmos content there is No sound from the back Dolby Atmos speakers. I tried several times with the same result, once using my iPhone 7S. The AVR will play sound through the rear Dolby Atmos speakers using the level test tone. Marantz technical support thought my AVR may be defective but had me do a factory reset and a quick manual setup and the rear Dolby Atmos speakers played beautifully. I now have calibrated the AVR with the preamp’s internal Audyssey software and the rear Dolby Atmos speakers play as they should. I’ve issued a support ticket with Marantz as I don’t know who supports this App. I’ve lost time, money and my patience and may pursue a refund. (HT is 7.1.4)
Mar 19, 2021
Nothing impressive than you already have on your AVR
Apr 19, 2021