Does anyone have a view on how much impact background noise (e.g. road noise) can have with Room Perfect (and other room calibration systems)? Are they able to identify/ ignore the noise, etc or is it best doing calibrations late at night when it's quieter?
Haven't heard a Trinnov system and TEQ, so will have to do that when Covid restrictions allow, but I'm not in any hurry. It will be more out of interest than anything else.
Not sure whether it matters? He also does work for HCC - I don't think he's paid in hugs. The veiled 'he's getting paid and therefore lies' comments aren't very subtle.
Anyone can write a review on anything here, or article in this case.
It read very much like an advertorial and there wasn't a great deal of point in it otherwise. It doesn't matter to me but it might matter to someone else who believes that there is some magical exclusive solution to EQ and that a 9.2.4 set up in a small bedroom with magically transform into a stadium with RP !