Uploading some pics of my UCI....my listening preferences change based on content. Thankfully, Qsys is here to help! Lol. Ive found it helpful to represent actual speaker positions with graphical approximations--it makes tweaking so easy.
Tapping a blue box above each speaker does two things: tapping and dragging up or down will increase or decrease the gain, but more importantly (and here’s why I went with this box as opposed to the knob), I can tap once and input a gain value directly. This is important because it allows for a level of accuracy not really possible (or not as quickly possible) as with the knobs and other options. PEQ is accessible on the “Wall” pages.
There are several listening modes, each one the product of painstaking testing and lengthy evaluation:
CALIBRATION: this mode disables all curves, shelves, and customizations to allow me to take neutral speaker/subwoofer measurements.
ATMOS: This mutes all non-ceiling speakers. Great for determining how much overhead content has been mixed into a track.
MUSIC: This mode was created purely for two-channel music. I’ve tailored this mode to really bring voices forward. The result is a very clear-sounding vocal presentation.
MOVIE NIGHT: This mode is basically for casual watching. Ticks all of the right boxes calibration-wise, and is basically “industry standard” before customization. If the other modes are the “after” then this is the “before.”
BEAST MODE: This is the mode that sounds great with everything. All material thrown at it excels. Has been customized to provide a high-impact experience with zero listening fatigue, even at very loud volumes.
THE BROLIC EXPERIENCE: This mode tightens the immersive audio bubble ( Dolby Atmos, DTS:X) around the seating area. This is certainly the recommended listening mode.
DANGER CLOSE: This mode is extreme. This mode is not for the faint of heart, as it uses a very special EQ shelf in conjunction with some other tweaks on the subwoofers that really put you into the action. This mode is, to me, the ULTIMATE listening mode. :-)
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