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DEFINITIVE TECHNOLOGY C/L/R 2500- Low Range (1 Viewer)

bspgmgolf

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I just got my new DefinitiveTechnology C/L/R 2500 center speaker. The BP 7002's are on their way.

I swaped out the Klipsch RC-52 and noticed a strong performance difference right away.(mainly the added sub performance up front) Currently the low range into the speaker ISN'T hooked up. Would it be that big of difference if it was? How would I "split" my low range out of my HK 347?

I'm assuming the BP 7002's will also have the low range in and plus I've still got my sub. In theory I'd be splitting my low range three ways (BP 7002, center and sub).

What's the best way to hook all this up?

One other note, do I have to cut off the DT CLR 2500 off every night because of the amp?

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Brandon
 

bspgmgolf

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Bump, should I use the low range input for center and what should I do in regards to turning the center/amp off every night?

Brandon
 

bspgmgolf

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Bump, should I use the low range input for center and what should I do in regards to turning the center/amp off every night?

Brandon
 

dean_g

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Please read the manual that came with the C/L/R 2500. If you didn't get one, you can download it from the Definitive site.

All of Definitives powered speakers (including the C/L/R 2500) have auto on/off. It will power off on its own, and will power back up when it detects an incoming signal.

I personally wouldn't bother with the low level input hookup method. Just connect it the way you would any other loudspeaker.
 

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