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Does everyone turn their subwoofer trim up after running ypao? I have dual pb2000s and have the gain on the sub at 2oclock and it set my trim at -5.5
Subwoofer Trim is something different than subwoofer volume. Are you sure you mean subwoofer trim? Which model AVR do you have?
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Your right bond. It's subwoofer level. My model reciever is a yamaha rx-v673
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Your right bond. It's subwoofer level. My model reciever is a yamaha rx-v673
I thought that was what I remembered you had. Most people do raise the subwoofer volume. If it sounds ok you don't have to. If you want to raise it from -5.5 feel free to do so but I wouldn't recommend going above 0.
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It's a little more complicated than that.
If its a 2.0 signal with no DSP and the mains are large with no extra bass the sub will not work.
If its a 2.0 signal with no DSP and the mains are small with no extra bass the sub will work.
If its a 2.0 signal with no DSP and the mains are set to large with extra bass on the sub will work.

I'm sure you're 3040 has an Extra Bass option. Try looking under Configuration.
I agree with that. This configuration applies to anything where the bass management would create the LFE .1 source with content that doesn't natively have .1. Like you said originally it depends on the source and I was being too vague.

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