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You can, but you shouldn't have to. Audyssey will adjust the levels of each speaker separately so that they all match.

Also, if you can, I HIGHLY recommend getting a receiver with XT32 as it is vastly superior to the other versions of Audyssey.
I DO need to adjust the levels of each speaker separately. I hear more out of my right side than my left side. So the left side speakers need to be louder.
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I DO need to adjust the levels of each speaker separately. I hear more out of my right side than my left side. So the left side speakers need to be louder.

Sorry, I didn't realize you meant your actual hearing for each ear. When you said sides, I thought speakers. Either way, you can, so you will be fine.
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Ah. It had me a bit confused. Perhaps I should explain more. I hear slightly more out of my right side than my left side. What I was worried about was that the sound after running Audyssey would be off balance and appear to come more from the right side.
So long as you had the mic at the MLP for position 1, Audyssey should take care of that by adjusting the trims. Audyssey is pretty good at getting the trims levels and distances right. If you find that it is unbalanced after running Audyssey, we really ought to troubleshoot that, but it is fine to adjust the trim on one of the speakers a little if you wish - it won’t impact the calibration filters at all.

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I'm wanting to get Audyssey so that I can smooth out the dynamic range of DTS audio tracks. I don't like the dynamic range. I need Audyssey for the dialogue normalization/dynamic volume. But the manual for the receiver that I'm interested in says that if you change settings after running Audyssey, you won't be able to use dynamic volume.
That is not correct. Denon manuals are notorious for being difficult to interpret. As in the example in your original post, what they say isn't always what they mean.

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So, you're saying that if I run Audyssey and use dialogue normalization/dynamic volume, I will be able to adjust the volume of the individual speakers so that I can get balanced sound ?
Yes - you can adjust the trims to your hearts content and Audyssey will still run properly. HST, you shouldn’t really need to adjust the trims, but a couple of dB won't do any harm.
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