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Originally Posted by Soulburner
Has anyone else had a hard time getting their AVR/Audyssey to set their crossover for these speakers where it should be? Specifically, my A3rx-c is capable of 85db @ 40Hz, yet it keeps setting my crossover at 90hz. The problem is, I can't lower it to say, 80 because I'd end up with an uncorrected range between 80-90. My AVR has no problem setting other speakers like Infinity Primus and EMP Impressions at 60Hz in the same location.
A quick question about your break-in (and, not that it matters at this point): are you running the A3rx-c's full range during break in or are you running them crossed over? Just curious.
Also, do you prefer listening grilles-on or off?
Arcam AVR300, Adcom GFA-5500 (Main L+R), Panny BDT-500 Media Transport, Toshiba SD-9200 CD Transport, MiniDSP 2x4 HD, Vizio XVT 55" LED/LCD (full direct-backlit w/ local dimming), Darbee DVP-5000S, Chane A2.4 mains, Chane A3rx-c surrounds, Center TBD, Subwoofer exceeding 120dB at 2m groundplane @ 20hz (custom build), BJC ten-white w/ ultrasonically welded WBT locking banana connectors.
Last edited by BufordTJustice; 04-30-2015 at 12:22 PM.