Hi there. I’m having trouble to find a “midway” when it comes to base management between Dolby content and analog music. I don’t have the luxury of setting LFE settings for DTS and DD and this is probably the only answer. However, when I have the base for regular music just right, the base on DD movies is too much. Getting the base on the movies right, means thinner base for music. I have an entry level Yamaha amp RXV371 Mission MV8 series speakrs, all set on large, except for the centre and rear speakers. Mission MS10 sub. Crossover set at 80hz on the amp and at 200hz on the sub. I’m running the sub level at about 45% and 50% on the amp, which produces too much LFE when I’m watching a movie like KING KONG, for example, but is sufficient for music. The dynamic range on the amp is set at MAX as I hate compression. Is there a midway, which will prevent me from adjusting my sub levels between programs? Getting some kick ass punch when it comes to action movies, which the sub is most certainly capable of doing and a solid base line in music? Your help will be greatly appreciated as this driving me insane!