ICBM out of phase?

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  1. Mike Sloan

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    I am using the ICBM with the Pioneer DV-45A. When listening to DVD-A/SACD through the ICBM, I have to change the phase switch on my subs to "180 degrees out" to get the proper bass output. When bypassing the ICBM and listening to CD's or DTS music (utilizing the bass management in the Denon 4802)I have to again, flip the phase switch on the subs. Has anyone run into this problem? I have confirmed that the phase is definitely 180 Deg. out between the ICBM and the Denon 4802. I definitely want to keep the ICBM and am wondering if I could build a cable with reverse polarity and use it in the "sub-out" position from the ICBM to the analog sub input on the Denon? Would not this be the same as flipping the phase switch on the subs? Trying to come up with a fix that would keep me from having to change the phase on the subs when I engage the ICBM. Any ideas???

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