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WHAT speaker distace & delay .sitting and Db in my AVR AS MY ROOM SIZE

My room size is 16ft.1" X 17ft.3".00. Hight is 10ft. 6" .I have Onkiyo
898 A/V Receiver and thx certified LCR Speaker with 4 diopole surround &
back surround . L- C- R speaker & surround and two back surround are place as attech file herewith Ditance L-C-R 10ft .6 " & SURROUND LEFT & RIGHT ARE 8ft .6" and back left -right Back surround 6FT.6" ARE far from my iistaning -sitting . . I put SPL METTER incenter room and set at 82db in all speakers.i.e left +8 db , center +5 db, Right +8 db, right sur +2 db , back sur. left +4 db, right back sur.+4 ,& left sur +4 db Woffer JAMO D-7set near front Left at 9ft. 5" far my sitting on +3 db in ONKYO 898 AV RECEIVER. I got good sound .But WHAT & WHICH set delay AND
distance in A/V.So what do I do .Please guide to me properly for same and got

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Hello, if you have the speaker set up microphone I suggest that you use it to calibrate the speakers and it will set the distance and delay. Thank you, Onkyo USA

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SOURCE: no surround sound

So your saying that you have no rear channel. Some recivers use a single stereo output ic for both sides on the rear speakers. you could have a defect with this IC . Anther thing Im sure you check3ed the obvious ie : the switch is on suround sound? If there is a front to rear fader is it in the middle? Good Luck

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SOURCE: Hi We are setting up our

Hi there. If you are running a 5.1 speaker system, make sure your surround speakers are on the surround terminal NOT ON THE SURROUND BACK. the surround back is only for the 7.1 speaker system.

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