Do AVR processors compress the audio if select NONE for center channel speaker?
It seems like I read some time back that the absence of a center speaker will cause some sort of compression in multi-channel film tracks. I'm not sure if this was with DTS or Dolby, or both. Anyway, I was watching Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom recently, and it seemed like the T-rex roar was just not as loud as it should have been, considering the volume setting. I do not have a center speaker at this point and selected "NONE" in the setup for center channel speaker. Any info much appreciated.
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