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Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by gene avallon, Jul 11, 2002.

  1. gene avallon

    gene avallon Stunt Coordinator

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    couple more things,for the best sound how many back speakers shoud I get,I have 2 svs 46plus,I set all speakers to small,what about the crossover freq. I listen to HT only,no music.that should do it.
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  2. BobAlbano

    BobAlbano Second Unit

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    Gene, I think that depends on how big your room is. I would set the crossover to 80hrz on the Denon. I have dabbled with it a 100 and 120 and I always keep going back to the 80 setting. What kind of speakers are you using? That could play a role in where you set the crossover. Good luck!
     
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    gene avallon Stunt Coordinator

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    the speakers are no names built them years ago will get new ones someday.the subs are my start,with all my speakers set to small what does the xover do? I guess I want the subs to handle the lows.what about the back how many,small room 10x15.you should here the subs in there.
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  4. BobAlbano

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    I know how you feel with the subs gene, I have a dual 20-39cs+/samson combo in a 12x12 room and they are amazing. I would set all the speakers to small and let the SVS handle everything below 80hrz. I have Klipsch RF-3 speakers that are supposed to handle down to 37hrz and there is now way that I would set them to large. I think in a room that size you could get away with one rear center speaker.
     

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