Originally Posted by AVIFOKBYWIFE
Thanks Gmash, do you have any EQ setting recommendations? I am researching on the web but its pretty complicated stuff.
When you go to the manual setup menu, the first option is Band/Gain. Think of this as a regular graphic equalizer, with each band being one of the sliders on the eq. You can look at the line and imagine it as the way you like your eq set up if you've used regular equalizers before.
The second option, Freq/Gain, will let you choose which frequencies you want to raise or lower, in effect giving you an almost unlimited band equalizer instead of a typical five or seven or whatever band graphic equalizer. You might not even want to mess with this option, depending on how precise you want to get with it.
The Q/Gain option has to do with the bandwidth. If you think again about a traditional graphic equalizer, this controls how far up or down the sliders can be adjusted. I didn't mess with this and left it where ypao had it.
So, easiest thing to do is play some music through one speaker at a time and just use the Band/Gain like a regular eq. Hope that helped! I was confused by it myself at first, and couldn't get anyone to help me, so I just messed around with it until I figured it out, so hopefully I got that right and was able to explain it lol!
Oh, another thing, if you are using a center channel, I would leave that flatter than the other channels since mostly all of your dialog comes through there.