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I have a SB-2000 and have a quick question. If I want to increase the volume of the sub, would I turn up the gain on the sub itself, or would I increase the channel level set by the AVR? Didn't know how each affected everything.
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You can do it on both it is doesnt matter. It is easier on AVR just don't go over zero or plus numbers then is better to increse on sub as well. I did it on AVR increse 3db on each sub.

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I have a SB-2000 and have a quick question. If I want to increase the volume of the sub, would I turn up the gain on the sub itself, or would I increase the channel level set by the AVR? Didn't know how each affected everything.
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Are the non-DSP controlled subs the same as the DSP controlled one where you want the sub to be turned all the way up to 0db? If so, you might consider going that way and trying to back it down in the AVR.

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I have a SB-2000 and have a quick question. If I want to increase the volume of the sub, would I turn up the gain on the sub itself, or would I increase the channel level set by the AVR? Didn't know how each affected everything.
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Have you calibrated your sub using spl meter or audyssey?


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