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  1. marter

    Crossover settings on Denon AVR-S750H after Audyssey

    So was I. Once I disabled the crossover using the switch on the sub, I was doing manual adjustments in the Denon setup. I think we're on the same page.
  2. marter

    Crossover settings on Denon AVR-S750H after Audyssey

    Thanks for the response. First thing I did was disable the crossover switch on the sub, and it seems like it improved the sound. Not sure if it should or not, but my perception is that it did. I'll go with that. I ran Audyssey again, and the Denon set the front and center crossovers at 180Hz. I...
  3. marter

    Crossover settings on Denon AVR-S750H after Audyssey

    Thanks John. Appreciate your help.
  4. marter

    Crossover settings on Denon AVR-S750H after Audyssey

    So no gap in audio, that's good to hear. I'm admit I'm underwater here. So if it's rated at 25-100Hz +/- 3dB, does that mean the quality of audio it's handling between 100 and 150Hz is degraded? It's labeled "Crossover" on the back of the sub but I've seen it referred to as a low pass filter...
  5. marter

    Crossover settings on Denon AVR-S750H after Audyssey

    Kinda new at this so forgive me if this has been addressed. I've read the Denon manual, several Audyssey FAQs and manual, and I think I'm doing it correctly. However I am confused by the settings the Denon uses after running Audyssey. I assume since there's a gap in the crossover set for my...
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