Originally Posted by Pericynthion
Agreed. To try and compensate I've manually tweaked the speaker levels so the upfiring front ones are 'overclocked' compared to the rest, but as you say it'll never be as good as true ceiling mounts
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My BluRay isn't a UHD BR anyway (Yet). It doesn't support Atmos or DTS-X. So I didn' expect much if anything from the ceiling reflective speakers. I was referring to the overall sound. It was much less dynamic than the sound from the Directv receiver through HDMI. It lacked crispness like if I put a small pillow over each ear. No tinkling of glass breaking and hitting the floor or the clink of fired cartridge casings bouncing on the floor. Could be the BR player. May need to go into the DVD setupmenu and select DTS Master or Dolby True HD. Not sure what its defaulting to with the new Receiver. The receiver display showed DTS-X Nu. I will try different movie later today and also something from Netflix or Amazon like one of the latest Star Trek Movies. Will try different Audyssey settings as well.
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Last edited by CPTuell; 08-20-2017 at 02:45 PM.