Ceiling speaker volume adjustment
Hi all, I posted this in the Monitor audio thread a while back and couldn’t seem to get any feedback.
I have 4 Monitor Audio CT280-IDC in ceiling speakers as part of my 5.1.4 setup.
The speakers were not cheap and are considered well above average to very good as far as in ceilings go.
Anyways, the speakers have a button on the inside of the unit itself just under the grill that says -3, 0 and +3. I’m guessing that this is for setting individual speaker levels for the in ceiling itself. Currently they are all at 0.
Does anyone have any experience with their speakers having this and maybe tweaking it? If I like my atmos above sounds “hot” I guess I would turn them up?
Currently with my NAD 758 once I have run DIRAC, there is no way to change the individual speaker levels so maybe this is when this would be used (ie post room calibration)?
Sony 75Z9D, Samsung 65JS9500
Monitor Audio Gold 200(2), Gold 350, Gold 50(2), Gold CT280-IDC(4). SVS PC4000(2).
NAD 758, Anthem MCA-5
Apple TV 4K, Nvidea Shield. Mac Mini (2018). Samsung UHD BluRay and X-Box One X. 14 Sonos