Originally Posted by Jonomega
You should be ok, unless you really try to do reference levels on movies. As long as you are reasonable with the volume, you shouldnt encounter any issues.
With all due respect, the idea of setting home speakers to some "reference level" for watching a movie is IMO pointless. One of the nice things about watching movies at home is that you can adjust the sound for your personal comfort level. I really don't like the typical movie theater sound these days, which includes WAY too much subwoofer action, harshness and shrillness, and a volume level that is frequently set high enough to damage your hearing.
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