If you got deep pocketsOnly reason I was asking is to get my corrections dialed in the same as Amir does when he does his speaker corrections. So this is possible with modern AV receivers ? Also how many frequency bands do they have. I'm guessing here, but I think Roon's is a ten band isn't it ?
Yes. So what I listed was the built-in room correction software that is included on board most AVRs. This is a mostly automated process that happens after you run through the automated measurement mic process. (Modern AVRs will include a basic measurement mic.) There are some minor manual tweaks you can make (e.g., speaker size, gain levels on individual speakers). @Chrispy listed out various solutions for manual EQ that you do yourself; this is much closer to what Amir does with Roon when he tests speakers.So this is possible with modern AV receivers ?
Which model Yamaha are you using?Yes my Yamaha does that, its older though so no equalizer, other than Center for dialogue. So a modern Denon would have better capabilities. Say a particular speaker had a bump in the midrange, you could tame it by using the built in equalizer, especially If it was already tested and found a certain setting would tame it a bit.
The page I saw mentioned all channels, didn't dig into it after I saw mention of each channel being affected. I see now there is a GEQ for the center particularly. Perhaps YPAO's use of PEQ is limited to the auto setup only? Didn't seem that way on page 24 where I first looked....I have the manual and the only available eq is for the center channel only. Thats mainly for matching the other speakers and dialogue.