I was watching the Eagles in DTS the other night and thought that the RF channel was pretty accentuated. When running through my receivers test tones and those on the Avia disk the test tones on the RF speaker seemed louder and a little higher pitched. I am also doing most of the adjusting by ear since i dont have an SPL meter yet.
So overall my levels for LS/LF/C/RF/RS used to be -3/-5/-4/-5/-3 respectively. I dont know is keeping them all in the negative really helps the AVR out but I figure it cant hurt. But I ended up taking my right front channel down a whole 2db steps and leaving the new levels at -3/-5/-4/-7/-3. This definitely seemed to help even things out on my ears.
Is it normal to have the front mains at different levels to have equal output? It just seems weird if they are the same speaker and running from the same AVR. As far as the tones having a higher pitch in that channel I dont know if that was just me hearing the higher volume or not. Would there be any reason for a slight change in pitch?
Any help would be appreciated, thank you.