Originally Posted by stgatev
Actually, yes. Can you offer any tips on configuration with the E60 speakers? Currently, I have the speakers configured the following way on my receiver:Audio Subwoofer Level Subwoofer: On Subwoofer Level: -10.5db Audyssey MultiEQ XT: Audyssey Dynamic EQ: On Reference Level Offset: 0db Dynamic Volume: OffSpeakers Speaker Config Front: Small Center: None Subwoofer: Yes Surround: None Bass Subwoofer Mode: LFE LPF for LFE: 120 Hz Crossovers Crossover: Individual Front: 40Hz
On the back of the sub, I have all knobs in middle position; Phase is at 0 degrees, and the Variable Notch Filter is OFF.
I used the Monster subwoofer cable that came free with the sub, connected to the Left input (I did not connect the Right).
The receiver configuration is result of the Audyssey calibration with the exception of me turning off the Dynamic Volume.
If you like and want Audyssey, then you may not like my tip - because I fired Audyssey, MCACC, YPAO and the like.
If you like Audyssey working for you - then keep him > however, I do not like the -10.5db sub level, and the front crossover should be 80 hz.
This is my manual set-up
Front crossover > 80 hz
LPF for LFE > 120 hz
Sub crossover knob set > 120 hz
phase > 0
notch filter > Off
Receiver subwoofer level > +1
Sub volume knob > 11 o'clock
It will vary depending on your room, between 9 and 12 o'clock average > if I need to adjust the
level (+/-), then I control it with the receiver sub level > however, I do not go higher than +2 in
the receiver, after that I control it with the sub. Note: once you set it up - you should rarely need
to adjust the volume, if it is blending with the speakers
Your option and call - maybe Audyssey will find a job at your house.