Originally Posted by dabsim
One last thing atLoff? The latter part of your recommendation? The crossover,and sub output? Can u please clarify some more? Thanks James C
Basically (very basically since things differ from receiver to receiver)
Small/Large: This setting tells your receiver whether the speaker in that position will handle frequencies in the lower ranges or not. (Small=No Large=Yes)
Crossover Point: Where the receiver will start to roll off/cut the signal/frequency to that speaker.
Sub Setting: This has to do with whether your using a separate sub or not.
No/Off: tells the receiver that you're not using a separate sub to send the low frequencies to the other speakers, which ones will be determined by the Small/Large setting
Yes/On tells the receiver that you are using a separate sub and you want the frequencies from a certain point and down, sent to the subwoofer only.
Both/Plus/Double: Tells the receiver that you want the low frequency signals sent to both a Sub and the speakers set to Large.
In your case, with the speakers you're using, they can all be set to Large as they will all handle Low frequency signals well.
Hope that's what you were asking.
(I sent you a quick PM also)