Originally Posted by meles
Yes and really is the LFE track ever that different between Atmos and DTS HD MA?
Did you read the FAQ on page 1? (specifically item 4)
4K ATMOS/TrueHD BEQ: ( +18.5 at 22Hz )
Bluray DTS-HD MA track is substantially hotter and the BEQ only needed +4.5 at 20Hz.
Difference in the Heat Maps
(right half is the native audio map before BEQ)
If you applied the BEQ settings to your miniDSP that were designed for the ATMOS/TrueHD track
BUT played the Bluray with DTS-HD MA instead, at reference levels you may be in for a world of Hurt. (+14dB)
Keep in mind, this is only one Example of how mis-matching audio BEQ settings/formats can be risky.
The truth is you will never know for sure unless Aron runs all options through the BEQ'D app.
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker
BEQ filters are almost identical for 4 different formats:
(Disc based 4K/UHD ATMOS, Bluray DTS-HD MA 7.1, Streaming (Disney+) DD+ ATMOS and Streaming Amazon Prime Video DD+)
Look for yourself here: https://www.avsforum.com/forum/113-s...l#post59421590
I've played the Edge of Tomorrow intro (Bluray) and it was a fun ride, but when it showed up on one of the cable TV HD movie networks,
...My Twin 18" Funk Audio sealed subs (Capable down to single digit Hz with 4800 watts of power) barely moved at all.
Heavily Fil-turd by the network to avoid damage complaints no doubt. So any streamed sources might be similar.