Originally Posted by rustolemite
Hey can you tell us what you are using with your One's? Amp Pre/Pro stand alone Sub?
If you have a stand alone sub how are you running the One's what crossover setting?
I'm using a Pioneer SC-57 receiver (class D amps, MCACC pro circa 2011), fronts are set to "large," and the subwoofer is set to "yes," running LFE connects to the appropriate connectors on the 1s. The -57 has two .1 outputs, but research shows this is a simple split inside the receiver and isn't a true stereo sub output. I'll get that when I upgrade to an SC-89 some time this year. Yes, I know .1 is still a mono signal, but the -89 does bass EQ per-channel, so there
I'm using this connection setup based on research in various threads, the manuals, and the fact this (as I recall) is how Sandy set up his Atmos demo at CEDIA. I'm using a 60C center, set to "small," crossed at 80 hz. I had it set to 100hz per the manual, but found the center seemed "hollow." Likely this is caused by having a different "big" center (Boston Acoustics VRC, circa 2005) crossed at that point for 10 years. No stand-alone sub. I have a supercube 6000 that's only 18 months old I could press into service, but with a pair of 1600 watt subs already in the 1s, I think that's probably overkill. I have a VERY modest listening room, often dominated by cooking noises from the adjoining kitchen (like right now). I've got a pair of Supersat 3s on the way, but for now my old Boston VRXs are doing a yeoman's job holding up the rear channels.
The wife put in pergo floors last week and I'm waiting on treatments & rugs to tame the room. That said, the 1s fill the space incredibly well, and I actually appreciate the liveliness I've got now, compared to wall-to-wall carpet. I'm only on week 2 of having them. I'm planning a more detailed review once I get the whole thing really dialed in. But already I can say "WOW!!!"