Originally Posted by kingajit
How do I set the KK DX 808 (that thump in the chest (mid bass 50-250Hz)) and Rythmik F12 (to get the rumble in the sofa / floor (low bass < 40Hz)) ?
Please pardon my ignorance I may be trying to achieve something which is difficult given my limited knowledge of how things work. Your easy to understand advice ( for new newbies ) much appreciated and thanks in advance for that.
My receiver ( AVR – Marantz SR7005) has Audyssey Multeq XT which has 2 sub outs is capable of setting up dual subwoofers. My first thought when I got the KK was to connect it to the 2nd sub out and let audyssey do its thing. But I think I am wrong as I need audyssey to see the sub as one not as two separate subs.
The KK is placed on top of the F12 , should I use a “y” adaptor and connect the AVR ( using only one sub out) to the “line in” KK and F12?
How to set the knobs ( initial setup of the parameters) on the subs so as to integrate KK & F12 before audyssey and after audyssey?
For Rythmik F12:
Would be grateful if you could kindly guide me on the initial setup of parameters for the F12 "before audyssey" and "after audyssey" .
PEQ on or off?
Settings for :
Delay/phase , crossover , level setting?
Settings for subwoofer low pass and rumble filter
Settings for extension filter: freq and damping
For KK 808:
Would be grateful if you could guide me on the initial setup of parameters for the KK 808 before audyssey and after audyssey.
Low pass filter:
Variable low pass filter:
Some information on my current setup:
Fronts – Monitor Audio GX300
Centre – A pair or Monitor Audio RX6.
Surrounds – RX1
Emotiva – XPA 1’s for the fronts
ATI amp for the center and surrounds
Marantz SR7005 AV Receiver – using it as a pre amp and hooked to ATI and Emotiva amp.
Room – wide 3.4m x long 4.0m x height 3.8m
Crossover settings as per below:
Fronts: Monitor audio GX 300, small / 80hz
Centre: Monitor Audio silver RX6 (pair) , Small / 90 Hz
Surrounds: Monitor Audio RX1, Small / 120 Hz
LFE (not LFE+main)
LPF for LFE = 120 Hz
Thank you for your patience. Look forward to your comments.