Sub bypass

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by steve nn, Feb 17, 2002.

  1. steve nn

    steve nn Cinematographer

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    I have herd alot of talk on Forum about letting your receiver do the work and adjusting volume or gain there to with sub turned up as high as you can.I did try this and it worked but now I have found out that I did not have bypass turned off on the back of the sub.I'm slow but once I have it down I generally don't forget.I will try this again.I do have a switch on the back of sub to, that is 80 or a 100 highpass setting.In my mind I think I should scoot this over to the 100 setting? since I want receiver to do the work?I have the Kenwood 504 and the Vel.ct 150 sub.I just want the most out of it.Do you pros agree.
     
  2. John H

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    If you have the crossover "bypass" engaged it does not matter where you set the crossover Hz point switch. It is out of the signals path.
    John
     
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    Yes your right.Is this the norm. when useing Low-Level feed?or do most decide to filter it a tad more with the sub in witch case I would not flip the switch to cancel this function.
     

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