Audyssey Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Audyssey Laboratories, Inc. (Audyssey) is an American-based company specializing in technologies that address acoustical problems in sound reproduction systems used in homes, cars, studios, and movie theaters.
A customer mentioned matter of factly, "98% of the receivers on the market, even the most expensive, have amplifiers that cost about $30 per channel to make and simply do not sound very good. The lousy sound of these receivers is not the fault of Audessy; it can't make a pig fly.
Audessy is an attempt to get these cheap amplifiers to sound as good as possible, without actually going to the trouble and expense of making a better product. People expect it to do more than it can, and are naturally disappointed. Cheap crap + Audessy is still cheap crap."
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"Lack of a chief technologist and executives in charge have rendered Audyssey directionless and to not be a place to work at. There is a nonexistent growth to this company (in fact it will be--if not already--on the downslide) since there aren't any takers to the newer technologies (it's hard to see any market presence anymore besides Denon)."
Former Employee - Engineer says"Bad execution of product projects. Products delayed all the time. Personal growth is limited in terms of professional skills and knowledge. Mediocre compensation compares to work committed. Work hard and never get rewarded is norm. And work less and get promoted is norm as well. Horrible company location."
says"Extremely limited growth opportunity. Company has laid off over half its staff."
says"No company culture whatsoever. Except MultEQ, other audio technologies are mostly gimmicks. Research is really NOT extraordinary. Management thinks the company is better than Dolby, SRS or other similar companies. Somewhat arrogant for such small company. Small company big politics. Pity annual salary increase and bonus. Engineering Managers/Directors doesn't have good technical knowledge and strength, therefore provide little or no technical leadership to its engineers. Engineers are on their own and company provides NO training or help from outside either, and still ask engineers to deliver products on time. Flexible working schedule but management and employees are just abusing it. Bad Bad Bad location for technology company."
Former Employee - Desktop Support Analyst says"No room for growth. Very Small Company."
Controller says"Management only present physically in the office twice a week."
Desktop Support Analyst (Former Employee) says"The company was good when it come co-workers employees activities.. Happy employees are all around better at their jobs. ... Higher job satisfaction. Improved task performance. The hardest part of the job was no job security."