what are megahertz settings for speakers for

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  1. paul watkins

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    i have harmon kardon HK-TS2 speakers.

    on my reciever there is settings for the speakers,(MGZ)
    what settings should i use,it goes from 60 mgz to 180 mgz. just wondering what this is for as well,a description would be helpful.
     
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    i have a sony STR-DE945 reciever.it says MGZ,i assume that stands for megahertz

    the harmon kardon speakers are sattelite surround speakers,5.1 they are small
    my recievers settings for mgz go from 60 to 180 mgz
    just wondering what the best one was for my speakers.
     
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    Never seen home speakers that covered MHz frequencies....since you can't hear frequencies that high.

    The adjustment allows you to re-route bass below the set point (x-over) to a sub, the rest goes to the main speakers. Ex: If your speakers only go to 50Hz, you would want to have the x-over set to about 100Hz or a little lower, then send the low stuff to the sub.
     
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    Megahertz would be MHz, not MGZ. I don't know what that stands for, but it is not megahertz.
     

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