Go on then...I'll bite; I've had a week of looking after my wife and trying not to contract CV from her. I found a bottle of Rum and some flat ginger ale in the back of the fridge, so who knows if I'll make it to the end of this post.Well, this won't escalate quickly... hmmm i wonder if Tesco is out of kindling....?
I keep seeing it mentioned that sound of listening on headphones is supposedly the target to aim for. However, headphones don't usually have any natural reverb and are in fact more like a treated room in that regard. So how does room perfect in an echoey room manage to give a similar result to headphones?
Secondly; regarding the OSD issue: Once you've got your system set up, I reckon all but the completely OCD (who need to keep checking on everything) don't need to have an OSD: I've managed without one for about the last 5 years. Just make sure all the sound modes are set up to respond correctly and set the maximum volume limit, maybe set the maximum 'on' volume too (I assume Lyngdorf gear can do this as well?) then you're good to go.
If you insist on continually checking settings in the OSD, then I'd suggest you're more interested in the tech than the content, so try to break the habit: The gear is there to enjoy films, series, concerts, music, etc.
Since I've made it the end of the post I obviously haven't had enough Rum so stay safe everyone...I'm off to see what else we have in the cupboards since I can't go out for another week to get any sho