Originally Posted by eyeteeth
My understanding is that that should make a major difference. My room is possibly lousy. Actually, sometimes everything sounds lousy if I'm not in the mood to have my disbelief suspended. I can't say I'm going to devote much more money or effort into it (pissing in the wind?). I'm not too interested in how extended are the frequency extremes or pin-point imaging. It is what it is, and right now it's not fantastic in my view, it's OK. The primary musical message is communicated honestly and unharmed and that's enough for me.
Digital room correction is a fantastic road to take and I wish high-rez digital would establish it's self so we could all benefit from both technologies.
Right now, consumer products like the Denon receivers use very basic room correction that does not address time alignment. They simply don't have the processing power to do the kind of correction that systems like TACT and DEQx can do. The learning curve would also be far too burdensome for the average consumer. When those issues are fully resolved I think it will become a common feature in digital pre/pros.