Originally Posted by jdsmoothie
1. Other than the "4k Mode" setting in the Advanced Setup menu (see image below), the A2070 is the lowest model with "Video Adjustment" settings (eg. Brightness, Contrast, Saturation, etc.).
2. As noted on p. 99 of the Owner's manual in reference to the "DTS Dialogue Control" setting ....
Currently only a very few DTS:X mixers have opted to include this control, so at least at present, don't expect this setting to be enabled very often.
Thank you for responding, sir. i actually didnt get an owner's manual, just a quick start guide, so that helps alot.
I have one more question i'm hoping someone can shed some light on, the only thing i can guess is that i either have something not set correctly on my AVR, or i'm expecting more out of my setup than i'm currently receiving.
when i setup for DTS, usually watching netflix streamed from ps4 or casted thru phone... but even with blurays.. when i'm watching a movie i'll go with the sound decoder option, (should i leave the decoder set to auto??? or is there a better option to default to?)
regardless, 95% of the time i end up switching to 7 CH STEREO, not because it sounds better, but because its CLEARER... my surrounds are actually producing sounds... i like the idea of SURROUND SOUND, but i also like to hear what i'm surrounded with.. is it because i'm listening to these movies @ below reference levels? (sleeping baby + wife = trouble) so this is something that is unfortunately forced upon me more than not.
is there any other options to get more sound out of my surround's, using an actual surround decoder?? or am i forced to use 7 CH STEREO @ below reference volumes? i guess i could increase the dB level's on them, although i'd rather not, as next time i get the opportunity to crank the volume i have to go in and turn the surrounds back down again...... my luck i'd forget and blow the speakers...
or am i **** outta luck here?
if it's help to you, i have Def Tech ST's as my mains, and KEF center channel / surrounds / subwoofer.