I'm setting up a small home theater room where I can't place individual speakers, so I had to get a soundbar (Yamaha's big 47" wide ysp-5100). The soundbar has an automated calibration microphone setup that detects the presence of your subwoofer and then integrates the sub with the soundbar. Yamaha wants the sub preset to a default medium volume level and the crossover to the maximum (120 hz on the T-7) before you start the calibration. Also, the soundbar will be communicating wirelessly (with no signal compression) to the subwoofer via a special adapter into which the sub is connected via RCA cable.
So, which Rel T-7 RCA input do you use with the soundbar: Low Level Input or .1/LFE Input? I assume that the soundbar calibration results in the sub being used for both the LFE channel in movies plus any speaker frequencies below the soundbar's lower end range of ~75Hz.
Thanks in advance to anyone who can help me on this one!