Additional compatible models: (Product availability varies depending on regions.)
Marantz AV Receiver: AV 10, CINEMA 40, CINEMA 50, CINEMA 60, CINEMA 70s
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, AVR-X8500HA, AVR-X1700H, AVR-S760H, AVR-A1H, AVR-X4800H, AVR-X3800H, AVR-X2800H, AVR-S970H
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, AV8805A
Not compatible with Denon and Marantz models other than those listed above.
• Support for new 2022 models
• Improved stability and bug fixes
Ratings and Reviews
Speaker Timing Off
Many have written Denon and Marantz support about an issue with speaker timing. The AVRs have the speed of sound coded as 300 m/s instead of the true speed. Of 343 m/s. To fix this, you have to manually multiply all speaker distances by 0.875. When I did that, WOW - everything snapped in to place and objects moving around the room sounded so much better.
Audyssey themselves understand this issue and have addressed it in their -X desktop software ($199 per AVR license).
Two things Sound United can do that so far refuse. One - update this app to automatically adjust the speaker distances so the processor will get the timing right. This would seem to be the quickest and easiest and be done first. Second is update the firmware in the AVRs with the correct speed of sound number. This isn’t rocket science and Sound United’s deafness on this issue is baffling.
Having this extra control matters
In years past, when amps had bass|midrange|high tone controls, one could dial up tone to suit. Now with Audyssey taking a profile of the room, it’s suppose to equalize better. But as many have noted, it does roll off the highs by default. And the overall results may not suit your tastes. This app allows you to customize those curves. That alone makes this app worth it!
I thought I was missing the high end response I knew my speakers were capable of, and I was right. But if you wanted to use Audyssey to profile the room, you were more or less stuck with the results. This app gives you the ability to see the resulting curves and modify to suit. You can also decide to set an upper limit to each curve if you don’t want it messing with the high end.
I’m satisfied with the results. Using tone controls on amps of old may have been easier, but this is more precise. Kudos to this app which allows one to adjust the results. In my case, I now have restored my high end frequencies without messing with the nice room EQ profile.
Great idea, but should be free in Beta mode.
UPDATE: went from 2 stars up to 5 stars! The app works every time and loads every graph now. The FIR filters that Audessey uses sound fantastic. A little slow still, but it seems that they are invested in keeping this app around. I can’t imaging buying another receiver that doesn’t support this app!
After updating the firmware on the receiver, it took several attempts to get all the way through the setup. It finally did and sounds nice, but editing a custom curve is very clunky; and it doesn't load the graphs for all speakers. Also, it doesn't take a measurement post-eq which means the "after" that it shows you is merely a prediction.
The ENTIRE reason I bought this receiver was for the feature of this app, as I am an audio engineer and speaker designer. So, it worked…ish. I can't believe it costs $20 for how unfinished it feels, though. The interface looks nice and will be great once they get it to function. Lots of programming to do still, fellas.
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- 52.7 MB
- Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 12.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
English, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Polish, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish
- Age Rating
- © 2017 D&M Holdings.
Up to six family members can use this app with Family Sharing enabled.