Originally Posted by dizzyscure1
PC12-Plus, how does this sub handle 115Hz?? I ask becuase im planning on getting 2 of these to go with my HT setup which consists of Paradigm Cinema 400's for my front 3 channels and Cinema 200's for the rear two channels and i need to be able to crossover around that area of 115Hz. Thanks for all the help.
Low Pass Filter (LPF) Adjustment
The LPF Function sets the frequency and slope for the low frequencies that will be played by the subwoofer.
From the IFC WELCOME screen, single-click the IFC knob and rotate the IFC knob two clicks clockwise until
the display reads “MENU/LOW PASS”. Single-click the IFC knob to get to the LPF Function menu. If the LPF is
disabled, a message to that effect will be displayed.
If the LPF is disabled, turn the IFC knob clockwise which will display the Low Pass Frequency menu. To set the
LPF frequency to a value other than what is currently displayed, single-click the IFC knob and then rotate the
knob clockwise or counter-clockwise to set the desired frequency. Frequency choices include 31, 40, 50, 63,
80, 100, and 125Hz.
Single-click the IFC knob to return to the Low Pass Function menu. Turn the IFC knob to move to the Low Pass
Slope submenu and single-click to change the slope value. The Low Pass Slope defines the slope of the attenuationcurve above the selected frequency. Two choices are available; 12 dB per octave and 24 dB per octave.
To disable the LPF, rotate the IFC knob until the message “LOW PASS DISABLE?” is displayed. Single-click the
IFC knob to disable the LPF, and single-click again to get to the top-level menu. If the LPF disable feature is
selected accidentally, double-click the IFC knob to return to the top-level menu.