Should I set my Axiom M22s to Large since I dont have a sub

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  1. Jason Bell

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    I'll be attaching these to a Denon1802 and the manual says that the XO is at 80 hz. On the Axiom website it says that the M22s can go down to 50 hz. Does this mean I should set the M22s to large? I just have 1 pair of these until I can save for the center, surrounds, and lastly a sub. One other question is the LFE downmixed into the left and rights when youre only using 2 channels with DD and DTS and if so can these really low frequencies damage my drivers or will the speakers own crossovers just not play them? Sorry if these are basic questions[​IMG]
     
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    Jason,

    you should set them to large else you'll be missing everything below 80Hz. If you do set them to large, you'll get a (mostly) flat response down to 50Hz or so, then it will roll off from there. Since the LFE channel contains information
     
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    Matt,

    Thanks for clearing those questions up for me.
     

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