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Does ypao set crossover?

Does ypao set crossover?

If your AVR has a single crossover setting for all speaker channels -and- since you are running surrounds with ~100Hz extension, it makes sense that YPAO would set that crossover setting to 120Hz. Ok I can confirm that I can set the cross over setting for each type of speaker.

What is Yamaha YPAO volume?

YPAO Volume is an advanced sound technology that automatically applies loudness equalization (EQ) to the audio that comes through your AV receiver, applying just the right amount to compensate for the volume level. The lower the volume control setting, the more EQ it adds.

What is auto DRC?

DRC stands for Dynamic Range Compression. I have Sony Bravia 4k TV hooked up to Sony HT-RT5 5.1 Sound system. Basically I Have DRC OFF on both for best sound quality. DRC will make the transitions between something like dialogue in a Movie to an explosion less prominent.

What is Ypao auto calibration?

Basic YPAO auto calibration, available on all current Yamaha AV receivers. It starts out by testing that all your speakers are wired properly — that is, red wires are connected to red connectors and black to black.

What is Ypao and how does it work?

YPAO is just collecting more data around the prime listening spot to get a better idea of how your room is reacting to the sound from the speakers. The more positions you measure, the more data YPAO gets to work with, and the better calibration you get.

How do I calibrate my Ypao microphone?

When you plug the supplied YPAO microphone into the YPAO input on your receiver, the onscreen display will give you the option of performing a Single or Multiple measurement calibration. Press the left or right arrow buttons on the remote control until Multiple appears on the screen, then press enter to start the calibration.

How do I use Ypao to measure my Yamaha receiver?

YPAO in higher end Yamaha receivers will allow you to do something called an angle measurement. You will have to do this in Position 1 above, but use the little boomerang that came with your receiver like the one below. The positions are marked. Position 1 on the boomerang must face towards your front speakers, while 2 and 3 towards the back.