Hello All, I recently bought a BDP-103 and am loving it, glad that I took that plunge. I'm wrestling with an issue and I am wondering if others are wrestling, or have solved this issue. The BDP-103 has an adjustment for the cross-over frequency. You have to set your speakers to "small" and then it will allow you to choose your cross-over to 80 hz, 60, 100, whatever. My reciever also has an adjustment (like most modern A/V recievers) between small and large, which is an adjustment to whether you'r sending the full audio frequency range to the speakers, or 90 hz and above if you choose "small." It seems to me that the reciever is in ultimate control of the frequency range going out to the speakers, but you also seem to be able to control the frequency range going to the reciever with the Oppo. So do you set the Oppo up to "small" and whatever cross-over you want, and then set the reciever to "large"? If you set the reciever to "small", then you'll never get anything lower than 90 hz out to the speakers and the Oppo is overridden. Does this sound like the appropriate work around? Am I making any sense? Please tell me you folks have done it. Thanks, Adam.