Originally Posted by Movielvr77
...is there any way to coax a little more highs and crispness out of my Polk Audio CS10 center channel? ... Which of the setting, Regular or Flat might give me a little more CC high end? ... Any other tricks to dial up the crispness?
Hi, Mo. First optimize the placement of the CC, making sure it is not pushed back on a shelf. Also it should be at ear height if possible, or at least aimed at your head. I found much better dialog intelligibility when I moved mine from down near the floor to on top of the cabinet angled down.
Yes the Flat curve is brighter, so try that as well. No, there is no "approved" way to tweak the tone on a speaker when using DynEQ as it is aimed at reference, not preference.
jd, your suggestion might be a little confusing. One can chose MultEQ (no DynEQ or DynVol) which allows treble/bass control. But DynEQ allows no manual EQ or tone control, regardless.