My FXI30's arrived and I wall-mounted them (high, to the sides) and then proceeded to calibrate the levels using S&V Guide to Home Theater. No problems there.
I then ran my internal receiver test tones(Denon AVR-1803) and the front/center speaker levels were spot on, but the rears were about +4 or +5 db too high.
Which to believe?
I'm inclined to go with the DVD calibration only because it accounts for the source, but I'm wondering why the rear(side) surrounds are now significantly higher in level when running the internal test tones. It was not this way with my previous speakers.
While, I've got your attention:
if I were to switch the dipole to bipole would that create a more focused surround environment? Does anyone do this that has mounted the speakers on the sides?