Recently bought Denon 1513 and Wharfedale MS 100 Speaker combo. Mt room is 12 footX14 foot
Wharfedale Moviestar MS-100 HCP --- exceptional sound:
But when I set up the system in my room (which has same dimension as demo room) I need to turn the sub-woofer channel level to "+ 4 db" (max setting is + 12 db) and also need to keep the sub-woofer volume level at 3 o'clock position to get room rumbling bass.
Here is the subwoofer specification of Wharfedale Moviestar MS-100 HCP ---
Description aclive subwoofer
Enclosure type bass reﬂex
Transducer complement 200mm long throw bass driver
Input sensitivity 200mV for 75W
Rated power output 75W RMS
Peak power output 150 w
Peak SPL 108dB
Frequency response (+I-3dB) 35Hz ~ 200Hz
Crossover range 40-150Hz
Special features phase inversion
Variable ﬁlter slope
Cabinet Volume 16.4|_
Dimensions (H*W*D)mm 315><340><310mm
Net weight 8.1l@(each)
Power requirements AC 220-240V ~ 50l60Hz
AC 100-120V ~ 50l60Hz
My question is, it is normal to pump up the volume of subwoofer? Shoudn't it be sounding deep enough at normal volume? My Denon is rated at 110 Watt, where as the sub is 75 watt.
Is there any problem with the sub?