BFD question

Discussion in 'Speakers' started by bert halter, Oct 17, 2005.

  1. bert halter

    bert halter Auditioning

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    I set up my BFD 1124 and have a simple question on setup. I cant find the answer on the snapbug website or manual. when setting up does it matter which channel you use between the R or L engine. does the R or L correlate to which set of the input/output I use. there are 2 sets of input/output on the back. does it matter which set i use. would you use both R and L engine if you are using 2 subs?

    I set up the bfd and it did not make any response change on my curve.

    thanks for the advice
     
  2. FeisalK

    FeisalK Screenwriter

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    i believe the L/R engine correlates to the input and output. I imagine you can use L & R both if you have two subs
     
  3. Greg Bright

    Greg Bright Second Unit

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    If you are using 2 subs are they in different parts of the room or are they stacked in a corner? If separated you will have more difficulty adjusting the bass response with the BFD than if they are together. Adjusting multiple subs in different locations can quickly become a very large can of worms.
     

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