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I ran Audessey on my speakers and the mains and surrounds set crossover to 60 and the center to 50. Is this normal? I changed them to 80.

I can't find where the crossover is listed for the sub though. I followed the guide and set the crossover on the sub all the way up to 130 but I don;t know aht the avr set it to.

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I ran Audessey on my speakers and the mains and surrounds set crossover to 60 and the center to 50. Is this normal?
If you have large speakers, or if for some other reason Audyssey determined that your speakers extend very low, it's not abnormal for the crossover settings to be set that low.
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I changed them to 80.
Increasing the crossover settings to 80Hz is good.
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I can't find where the crossover is listed for the sub though. I followed the guide and set the crossover on the sub all the way up to 130 but I don;t know aht the avr set it to.
There's isn't a specific crossover for the sub because, by default, the frequencies that are not sent to the speakers (i.e., everything below the 80Hz crossover) will go to the sub.

If, however, you mean the LPF of LFE (the low-pass filter on the LFE (.1) channel), search the owner's manual for "LPF of LFE". It should be set at - or you should set it to - 120Hz.

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According to the owner's manual (PDF), the LPF of LFE default setting is 120Hz.
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