Question about Yamaha RXV467 Receiver
It sounds like you're electronically compensating for something terribly out of whack. If you require a lot of EQ heavily weighted at either end there is something very NOT-flat about room or the audio signal.
I'm curious, what is the difference between 'normal' program audio and adverts other than the usual increase in volume?
I'd start over with zeroed YPAO/EQ settings and try to figure out where in the audio chain the frequency imbalance is starting. Perhaps using headphones to remove speaker and room effects?
You could also tap the audio on AV Out, for example, and see how your TV sounds. EQ and YPAO would NOT affect any RCA output. If the audio is hosed there something deeper is at work. If not, the receiver is probably defective.
Posted on Mar 13, 2011
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