Can any receivers store multiple room settings?

Discussion in 'Audio Hardware' started by head_unit, Mar 10, 2018.

  1. head_unit

    head_unit Forum Resident Thread Starter

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    Los Angeles CA USA
    For instance, that I could QUICKLY change the time delay settings-or complete room EQ settings-between the couch off to one side, or lotus position on the carpet directly in front of the speakers, or a work table way in back of the room and a bit to the side? I'm also thinking I might someday want a setting where the rears are delayed even differently, as the work table would be behind the rear speakers.

    (I know, sounds weird, but could be interesting as the sound field would all be out in front but spread amongst the speakers. I'm thinking of the Chicago Quadio box, keep alternating between "why do I need that" and "OMG I should buy it before it disappears if not too late already."
     
  2. loki7177

    loki7177 Active Member

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    NYC
    I have an anthem mrx 520. It only has one setting on the receiver but you can have multiple settings save one a laptop and upload it as needed. It only takes a couple of minutes to do.
     
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  3. Mike-48

    Mike-48 Forum Resident

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    Portland, Oregon
    The old TacT gear could do this, for sure. But they are out of business.
     
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  4. Erik Tracy

    Erik Tracy Meet me at the Green Dragon for an ale

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    San Diego, CA, USA
    Yamaha AVRs (R=receiver) can.

    My RX-V1800 has 4 memory settings and use 3 of the 4 for different listening modes.
     
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  5. head_unit

    head_unit Forum Resident Thread Starter

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    Los Angeles CA USA
    They weren't tactful enough...
     
  6. Mike-48

    Mike-48 Forum Resident

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    Portland, Oregon
    Oddly enough, that really was part of the problem. The American partner in, and designer of, TacT was reputed to be a difficult person to convince of anything. The gear did a LOT right, but no one is perfect (save for you and me).
     

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