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... I still need to tweak the sub a little ... (although the SC-85 has crossover at 80hz, does that mean that it sends only frequencies below that to the sub?).
For all speaker channels set to "small", the audio below 80Hz goes to the sub along with all the audio in the LFE channel (whose LPF is usually defaulted to 120Hz).


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What is good practice for determining crossover settings?
Generally-speaking, use 80Hz. If your AVR's auto-EQ has set lower crossover settings, you can also experiment with lower (and higher) settings and go with the one(s) that work(s) best for you.
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For all speaker channels set to "small", the audio below 80Hz goes to the sub along with all the audio in the LFE channel (whose LPF is usually defaulted to 120Hz).



Generally-speaking, use 80Hz. If your AVR's auto-EQ has set lower crossover settings, you can also experiment with lower (and higher) settings and go with the one(s) that work(s) best for you.
Thank you for the tips, will play with it tonight!

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