Originally Posted by hernanu
Ah. You don't need to go through that, since the RC-10's are not part of the equation.
The crossover value shouldn't be an issue if you have all your speakers defined as Large. It should be ignored, since the crossover is not enabled.
Are you using the same input as you did before? your AVR can have different speaker configurations for separate inputs.
The sound is the same regardless of the input.
I ended up resetting the processor on the HK in order to clear all the previously stored settings.
The Speakers are all set to LARGE.
The Sub is set to NONE
But, the x-over is still listed as 40 Hz for each speaker. The default setting is 100 Hz.
Since the Sub is set to NONE and all the speakers are set to LARGE, I would imagine that the x-over setting(s) wouldn't be in use. No matter what, the x-over settings are variable starting at 40 Hz - 200 Hz.
After some more listening ,after the receiver was reset, it sounds fine, but I still think †hat certain surround sound fields cut the bass / low frequencies off below 40 Hz.
Here are some pictures of the respective menus on the receiver:
Panasonic Viera TH-50PZ800U, Panasonic DMP-BDT220, Roku Streaming Stick, Harman Kardon AVR 340, Slim Devices SB3 (Boulder Cable MOD) w/ CIA VAC-1 PS, Griffin AirDock (iPod), Energy RC-70 FR + FL, Energy RC-LCR, Energy RC-10 (Multiroom FR + FL), Pangea 28" Speaker Stands, Nintendo Wii, (2)Panamax MAX500 DBS, Z-Line Designs Elecktra.