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I'm a contrarian in this regard but I use "direct" for everything (movies, TV, music and radio). Direct mode means no room correction (tried it, didn't hear any improvement), no bass/treble adjustment (sounds good flat), EQ disabled, no DSP.

Using a Yamaha AVR with PSB Image bookshelf and center speakers. No sub.

I don't expect anyone else to give you this answer.

Edit: By "this answer" I meant an answer like mine (not an answer to your question).

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