A few questions regarding denon and speakers

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  1. Jo_M

    Jo_M Stunt Coordinator

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    1) I have a denon 1802 reciever. I read that the crossover is fixed at 80hz. Does that mean it's pointless to by speakers that go lower than 80hz since anything below that is sent to the sub?
    2) I just got some DefTech Pro 200's. Their freq. response is 38hz-20khz. I set my reciver to Large for those speakers. Is that the correct settng?
    3) Do all subs disable their internal crossover when using the LFE connector? Is this good or bad?
    4) anyone know where I can learn from the beginning?
    thanks [​IMG]
    Joe
     
  2. Javier_V

    Javier_V Auditioning

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    1) signals below 80 Hz of any speaker set to "Small" will go to the sub. Be careful to set sub crossover frequency higher than 80, otherwise if you set at 50 for instance, there is a gap between 50 and 80 Hz where those signals in this range go nowhere.
    2)Here in the forum there is a big debate about this; some say set all speakers to "Small" and let the subw do the bass job.
     
  3. Jo_M

    Jo_M Stunt Coordinator

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    "Be careful to set sub crossover frequency higher than 80"
    I was told that when using the LFE connector that the sub disables the crossover.
     

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