Hi Kal,Just as an experiment, I have done that. Using a Smyth Realiser, I made two independent calibrations, one at the system in my apartment and the other at my system in my house. With these stored in the Realiser memory, I can sit in either location and compare what I hear over the speakers with the Realiser's rendition of it and of the other system. In general, the Realiser sounds identical to the direct sound from the speakers in that room, so I can, in effect, A/B both rooms by switching between them on the Realiser. Quite amazing.
Which Smyth system do you use? I'm thinking about picking up a used A8 -- any advice?