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post #1 of 2 Old 08-06-2012, 04:12 PM - Thread Starter
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Hey all,

I have a pair of Definitive BP-2000's that I am trying to understand better. I have been trying to find a user guide or manual online somewhere but so far the only thing I have been able to find just seem to be promotional documents or reviews... nothing that really explains anything about how to set up the speakers correctly. Specifically, how the Sub amps work.

Here is a pic of the Sub amp controls

What I want to know is
1) What is the RCA like connection on the top left that says "full range low level in for subwoofer"
"do not use a subwoofer output"??
Huh? What do you use if not the subwoofer out? How do you use this in general?

2) What specifically does the high/low sensitivity switch do (top right side)? Should I have it on high or low?

3) How does the low frequency equalization knob work? What frequency ranges is it dealing with?

These may seem like really stupid questions... but I am new to Home Theater audio and am having trouble finding the info online. Any help/info would be appreciated.
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post #2 of 2 Old 08-06-2012, 05:37 PM
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Go to the Definitive Technologies web site and go to cutomer support for an email address. Or email
and they will be glad to help. Also check out the Definitive Technology Speaker owners thread on this forum,
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