I have read the manual on the AVR-3312CI but I have yet to find in the menu where I can adjust the bass or treble. Can someone point out how to navigate to the bass and treble settings in the AVR-3312CI? Thanks.
That was it as far as the dynamic EQ and tone setting, thanks.
I do have some more questions.
I am using an external amp for everything (all 5 channels) and I have a powered sub. When I run the calibration setup all the channel levels come up in the negative db range. The least amount of attenuation is the center channel minus a couple db and the other channels are -6 db etc. Does this mean the system calibrates so zero on the volume is a absolute reference level? Also, how would I know if I know where I can run the system before clipping starts? If 0db on the volume was where clipping starts at the preamp it would be easier to tell how loud I can safely turn the system up. My amp and sub do not indicate the power output so it's hard to tell where I am running the system as far as power level etc.
Lets say that using the built in amp the system is calibrated to reference level using a give set of speakers. If the speakers are efficient, 0db may be no problem to reach for the built in amp and the amp could be only putting out 50W RMS / Ch to reach 0DB. If the speakers aren't efficient, the amp my be straining or unable to reach 0db without overheating or over current etc. I do not think in either case I can know where the upper end of the safe operational range is with the built in amp or an external amp. Is there any way to know where the upper end is for operating the system other than something starts to distort? I do have a powerful clean sounding amp and I have know idea haw hard I can push the system an still be in the safe range.