Many on this board have suggested the following settings for bass management: 1. Set all speakers to small. 2. Turn the crossover on the sub fully counterclockwise (bypass mode). 3. With speakers set to small and sub crossover bypassed, the receiver's crossover will handle the bass management for the system by sending LFE and all of the remaining low bass below the receiver's built in crossover to the sub. I realize that there is some debate about items 1-3, even for HT but are these the ideal crossover settings for 5.1 channel music or 2.1 channel music? It was recently suggested to me that setting the crossover on the sub about 10Hz higher than the flattest frequency response for the mains and running the mains on the large setting would be better for 2.1 channel music. Further, it was suggested that setting all speakers to small with the sub crossover set at same level as the receiver's crossover would be better for 5.1 channel music. The reasoning suggested was that "it would increase the order of the rolloff and make it less likely that the bass would sound like it was coming from the corner" (my sub is not quite in the corner but fairly close to a corner). Does anyone have any thoughts opinions about the ideal crossover settings for music?