iNuke3000DSP and Denon 1911 "LFE output Voltage issue? - AVS Forum
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post #1 of 4 Old 11-25-2013, 07:39 AM - Thread Starter
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I finally completed building my flat pack last night and hooked everything up. Good news so far is I have sound out of the subwoofer. Bad news is that it is putting next to nothing volume wise.

I have set the gain in my Denon 1911 to 0db for the sub woofer. I then went into test tone settings for the subwoofer. With the volume at -10db on the receiver and hte gain fully turned up on the iNuke I am getting very little sound out of the sub. Is this a LFE voltage issue from the AVR to teh Amp? If so how do I correct this?

Current hookup.

AVR to AMP: RCA to XLR Channel A
Amp to Sub: Speakon +1 -1 to +1 -1

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Eric
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Maybe there's a default filter built into the DSP that's attenuating the bass. I'm not sure since I haven't owned one of these, but the DSP settings are where I would start looking.

Sounds Good to Me... keeping track of my audio projects.

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Go into dsp of amp on computer and turn up input gain
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The software has more option
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