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post #1 of 3 Old 01-02-2013, 12:46 PM - Thread Starter
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Hi guys,

i just change my whole system in my home Cinema I just got the Pioneer LX-90 Susano, Pioneer BDP-09 and the Atlantic Technology 6200e THX Speakers
I need some little help here because I am confuse about setup the Receiver to speakers i put them all small but still i am not happy on sound on music is better I connect with bi-wire or not?

the speaker cable that i am using is THX cable there is other way to setup the speakers on the receiver on cross over the 80hz?
please can you help me !!!!!!!!!

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I dunno much about this either but I have the same exact setup! Minus the speakers, using M-design Eleganzas on those... but yeah definately go for BI-WIRE!! Sound is profoundly different, I tried both,
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Have you tried running any sort of Room Correction software like Pioneer's MCACC? Some of the folks who use the 8200e set their cross overs to 100 or 110 hz (According to them Jeff Meier believed that worked best).

No subwoofer I've heard has been able to produce the bass I've experienced in the Corps!

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