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post #1 of 4 Old 04-12-2013, 08:24 AM - Thread Starter
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can anyone tell me if when you select the 2ch-bypass mode on the Lex Mc12v5eq will the front left and right speakers run full range? the manual says all digital processing is eliminated if this mode is selected but nothing about what range the fronts will run in. thanks
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If all digital processing is eliminated, including crossovers, then the signal to the speakers will be full range.

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Yes the speakers run full range in 2 channel and 5 channel bypass. I was able to confirm that visually smile.gif because the lights on my stereo subs go out because they are not receiving a signal. Normally they get everything below 50Hz in my setup

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