I watched "UP" the other night on Blu-Ray. Before watching the movie I ran the "Opimizer" included on the Blu-Ray disk using Sound Pressure Meter mounted on a tripod.
First thing I noticed was the channel levels were totally different than the settings I typically use for DTS or DD. Basically I had to re-adjust all channel levels (settings) in my 5.1 setup when playing this DTS-HD disk. This is a pain in the ass as now when I go back to regular DTS or DD program material I have to return all channel levels to previous settings.
Have others experienced this conditon? I have this problem on another system in another room when watching Network Television as programs change from DD to Dolby Pro-Logic or other sound processing. If left alone (not re-adjust) center channel level goes up or down, surrounds are too loud or the music (L/R) is blowing you away.
The only solution I can see is to buy new receivers with audio presets and slot them (A,B,C) for each processing type (DTS-HD, DTS, DD, Pro-Logic).
Any suggestions? Your experiences?