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AVR200 Sub with DTS

Discussion in 'AV Receivers & Amplifiers' started by tulloch2003, May 23, 2005.

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    Hi all should my Sub work the same as with DD. With DTS It feels like I have no Sub is this normal with this model please. :confused:

    Regards Tulloch
     
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    Definately. What settings do you have in the set up menu?
     
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    My speaker setting are all set small and all subs on.

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    Wasn't there a DTs sub setting at -10Db? This would lessen the sub output. And isn't there separate speaker volume levels too including the sub. If turned down then overall output would be diminished.

    Doing it from memory so hope that helps.
     
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    Sub is up full, sounds fine full of life with DD. But not so good with DTS, not much bass.

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    Couldn't say then.

    I take it you have more than one DTS source disc? So no duff soundtracks!
     
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    Got a few DTS this is what I first tested when I got amp a few days ago. :confused: Made me feel sick when I heard the sound first. But when in DD it put a smile back on my face :thumbsup:

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