Our system is calibrated for DD Reference Level, but I was wondering if anyone here knew if DTS uses the same standards for what it considers Reference Level (105dB for regular channels, 115dB for subwoofer) for a movie. I usually listen to the DD track, as I know where I'm at relative to Reference with that. Obviously some movies can run rather hot compared to Reference with their DD tracks and I assume that is also true with the DTS tracks. But generally speaking, is, say, -12 on the DD track for a recent action movie going to be the same as -12 on the DTS track for the same movie? Or do they tend be quite a bit different in SPL levels? And if so, how in the world are you supposed to know where you are relative to the established DD Reference Level when listening to the DTS track? It's hard enough trying to keep track of the movies that run hot on their DD tracks. Thanks for any info.