Originally Posted by neemo6
...Problem is that the center sounds way too low, dialog only scenes have to have the volume turned up then once an action scene comes on i have to lower back down. Anyway around this?...
gave you a concise response, but I wanted to expound upon this particular issue.
I discovered when watching some Blu-rays, I was constantly having to fiddle with the master volume
. While other Blu-rays remained stable, and I didn't have to touch the master volume. I had been leaving Dynamic Volume off for Blu-rays. After receiving some sound advise from jdsmoothie
, I believe the term they used was, "...if you're having to fiddle with the master volume, use Dynamic Volume...". This is a huge indicator that Dynamic Volume will help you. As a result, I didn't have to mess with the center channel output as it was fine in most situations. Everything is perfect with just a simple toggle of Dynamic Volume (the "Day" setting works best for me).
Additionally, as jdsmoothie
suggested, setting the Reference Level Offset to 15 made a huge difference in broadcast television viewing. Whereas previously the bass was working overtime.
These two subtle changes made a world of difference.