Denon 4802 crossover questions

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  1. Shane Martin

    Shane Martin Producer

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    I've got a friend interested in the Denon 4802 and likes the flexible crossover that I've got in my Sony ES so I was asked to check on how they implement it on the Denon.
    The crossover is only 40,60,80,100,120 right?
    Is it selectable per channel so that you could possibly set your mains to 40, center to say 60 and rears for 80(for example) or is it selectable as a total like Outlaw's way which is just one choice for all the channels.
    I would only hope its the first way but I'm curious how Denon has it implemented.
    Does Denon still include the both feature where you can reroute the bass to your mains and your subs like previous models?
     
  2. Shane Martin

    Shane Martin Producer

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    Bump so it don't get lost [​IMG]
     
  3. Lewis Besze

    Lewis Besze Producer

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    The crossovers are universal,and there aren't any choice for different slopes as well.
    Yes in the subwoofer menu you can still select LFE+Main,provided,that the mains were selected as "large".
    All the available crossover choices are considered "small".
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