A/V-Receiver sound speaker levels - already compensated for loudspeaker sensivity?
On most A/V receivers you can set the sound compensation level for each individual speaker (i.e. +/- X dB). But does the A/V receiver already compensate for the speaker's sensitivity? Because one speaker may have e.g. 86 dB sensitivity and another one 90 dB (1W@1M).
So does this mean that one should set the speakers with 86 dB to 0 dB compensation, and the ones with 90 dB to -4 dB compensation? Or will the A/V receiver already have compensated/normalized for that during the Audyssey (or similar) measurements, so that the sound level for each speaker should only be set to compensate based on listening position? I.e. if the listening position is closer to speaker A than B, the sound compensation level for speaker A should be set lower than for B?
Would anyone please care to explain?
Last edited by Fjodor2000; Yesterday at 02:29 PM.