Set levels, measured with all forms of eq off, then done with the bfd first, followed by audyssey. I did go back into the bfd filters after running Audyssey and tweaked a couple of low spots around 30 and 65hz adding a couple of decibels. Final graph was similar to the one I posted earlier but without the dip at 75hzAre you resetting the BFD before running Audyssey and then EQing afterwards?
I can see the logic in that, and I confess to having only a basic working knowledge of setting up the filters. The result in the MLP is good so I'll leave it now until the mono is run in nicely. Thanks for your I input.Interesting. I'd be tempted to run level match, measure, run Audyssey and then use the filters in the BFD. You might find you can use fewer filters.
If Audyssey is "fighting" with or undoing the filters you're applying in the BFD then you're using more processing than necessary. If you let Audyssey do its thing and then add the filters in the BFD after, you know exactly how the filters are interacting. If you do it the other way you can get unexpected results when changing the BFD filters as there's a layer of Audyssey filters on top of them.
If it's working for you though it's not essential.
Realistically the 15 is more likely to be at least £1k when available in Feb as the 20% discounts have now gone and who knows what import duties etc will be after Brexit 1st Jan.
American audio are offering the last 2 units over here for £1200 this week IIRC which is still a bargain.
Monoprice prices fluctuate quite a bit and if you catch them right you may get sub £1k but don't bank on it.