Speaker Trim Advice
I'm looking for a little bit of advice on setting speaker trims for the HT. Right now I have a Denon 2112 AVR and am running a mostly EMP system on it (see my signature for more details on my equipment). After running Audyssey most of my trims looked fairly normal (right in the ballpark of 0), the one that really stood out though was on my side surrounds, where it gave me a trip of +4.5db per speaker. Now my side surrounds are bipoles, which might be skewing things, but I was surprised to see them that far into the positive range. Beyond that, when I went back to dial things in with my SPL meter I found that each speaker was running at about 73db. So adjusting things to reference will actually put all of my trims into the positive zone.
My question for you all, would you feel comfortable running all of your speaker trims in the positive range. Especially when you consider that the sides are going to be pushing +6db at that point. I don't want to end up with blown tweeters because I'm over driving speakers.
AVR: Denon 2112
Speakers: EMP Tek e55ti, Center- EMP Tek e56ci, Side Surrounds- EMP Tek e55wi, Rear Surrounds- SVS Prime Satellites, Sub- SVS PC12 Plus
Display: BenQ w1070 on a 92in fixed screen
Blu-Ray Player: Sony BDP S6200;