Receiver with Selectable Bass Filter above 120 Hz?

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  1. Curt Gilker

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    Receiver with Selectable Bass Filter above 120 Hz?

    Many of the AV receivers I am looking at "fix" the bass filter at 80, 100, or 120 Hz. I am interested to know if anyone is aware of AV receivers to set the filter higher, i.e. as high as 150 - 200 Hz.

    Alternatively, are there receivers that simply pass the entire sound spectrum to the subwoofer (thru the sub-out) and allow the subwoofer to perform the filtering?
     
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    The new NAD T752 has sub crossover settings at 40,60,80,100,120,150 and 200Hz.
     
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    All Sony ES receivers have crossover variable from between 40 Hz and 200 Hz in 10 Hz steps. This is independantly adjustable for the Front L/R, Centre, Surround L/R, Surround-Back L/R, the subwoofer, and the LFE channel. All filtering is performed digitally using proprietary ASICs.
     

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