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HK 320 DTS LFE Problem

Discussion in 'AV Receivers' started by Joe Wilmore, Dec 12, 2003.

  1. Joe Wilmore

    Joe Wilmore Stunt Coordinator

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    I know this has been asked several times before, but I couldn't find a clear answer on a search. Is there any clear answer on how to best handle this? Also, when selecting the fronts as large, is a full range signal going to the fronts, or only the sound above the selected crossover point?
     
  2. gene c

    gene c Producer

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    I believe when set to large, a full range signal is sent to the fronts. Most people think you should set all speakers to small and let the sub take care of the bass. I usually set my fronts to large when listening at a lower volumn. I just think it sounds better. As for the DTS LFE problem, I'm not sure what the question is. Please give more detail. I have a 520 by the way. Gene
     
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    Joe,

    My 320 tested just fine for the dts lfe problem. No problem at all on my unit, tested using The Ultimate DVD (Platinum Edition). FWIW, I did verify that a Pioneer Elite 33TX had the problem, EXCEPT if any extra processing was enabled. So the DVD is accurate.

    And any speakers set to LARGE get a full range signal, as already noted.
     

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