batpig (or anyone with similar issue you've resolved), just finished setting up my 3310 per your guidelines (thank God for those, lol) and I have a situation I just can't seem to figure, regarding global vs input specific for subwoofer level.
I run the following gear:
Bell ExpressVu HD PVR 9242 (the Canadian cousin to the Dish VIP722).
Panasonic Blu Ray BD-55
These are both functioning properly. Issue is that the base is not as pronounced on the PVR, and I would like to boost the channel a little. Fine, but I can't seem to do it as an Input specific boost, only global.
batpig, your comment in the Denon to English dictionary is:
There are two ways to change the speaker level volumes:
1. to change the speaker levels GLOBALLY to something different than what Audyssey set, go into MANUAL SETUP > SPEAKER SETUP > CHANNEL LEVEL and cycle through the test tones and change whatever you wants. When you hit "OK/ENTER" at the end, this will now reset everything to these channel levels you have manually set up.
2. to change the speaker levels "on the fly" while watching program material, use the "CH LEVEL" or "CH SELECT" button on the remote to cycle through the various speaker channels and then you can bump them up/down as needed. For example, if you find the dialogue is too low, you can just bump up the center a bit.
However, these are BOTH global settings, correct?
When viewing HD programming, the only Surround Parameters available to me seem to be DD PLII or DTS NEO:6, and those are the only 2 formats that DON'T allow for LFE adjustment.
Maybe it's just me in information overload, but I'm stuck on this one.