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Originally Posted by climber07
Plugging the sub into the LFE and running it at the same LFE input levels as your old sub is very dangerous. The LFE input level could have been way too high and the amp gain could have also been set too high. This could easily overload the amp and cause some serious problems.
When you rerun Audyssey with the sub gain at 2:00, let us know what you are getting (dB wise) from the MLP. Then annotate what the AVR sets the sub gain at. This is your starting point.
Don't forget to check/ change the cross-over setting for each individual speaker after running Audyssey.
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