Probably it has been asked 100 times before but forgive my nuisance and Id rather ask it once more than do something wrong OK, Im looking forward to calibrate my speakers and as I never done it I had a quick look around to gather some information and my understanding is that when Im using Sound Level Meter I should set it up to 80dB, C weighting and slow response. Then I just need to sit in my normal listening position and play test tone and turn up volume on amp until I get reading of 75dbB from left front speaker and then I should adjust the rest of speakers so they match the same level. My understanding is that if I get 75dB from left front speaker and, for example, 73dB from right front speaker then I should leave amps volume as it is and only change volume on particular channel (+ 2dB on right front channel to match 75dB), am I right? I believe it works in the way I have explained above so I had a quick look on my amp (Panasonic SA-XR700) last night and I couldnt find an option to actually adjust level of each channel separately . Also I had a quick scan through Manual but nothing. I will take another look tonight but what to do if amp doesnt have an option to fine tune each channel?