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post #61 of 62 Old 09-06-2013, 12:07 PM
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Good point, Luke. I wonder how high I can turn up the gain in my AVR before I am clipping the signal? Good talk here...

Not in "All Channel Stereo" for music listening. I did a comprehensive test on this couple of yrs ago, will do it again with REW and post the graphs.

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I think you got your threads confused. I havent posted here.smile.gif

I have never used different crosses between my fronts so cant comment. Have used higher crosses with surrounds with good results.
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