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post #3961 of 3966 Old 10-09-2014, 09:01 AM
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Yesterday my P363 came in! I am using a Denon X1000 with a Sony SA-W2500 Sub. I am a bit confused to what HZ to set the p363 to. Any recommendations?

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Yesterday my P363 came in! I am using a Denon X1000 with a Sony SA-W2500 Sub. I am a bit confused to what HZ to set the p363 to. Any recommendations?

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Hi beebee5, just run auto setup. The Denon may set the P363 to Large, if so you want to reset them to Small and raise the crossover point to 80hz so the lower frequencies are passed to the sub.
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Hi beebee5, just run auto setup. The Denon may set the P363 to Large, if so you want to reset them to Small and raise the crossover point to 80hz so the lower frequencies are passed to the sub.
Thanks Jchin! I will try that when I get home.
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The binding posts on my P363's snapped off in a move. What is the best way to replace/repair them either with aftermarket or OEM parts?

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The binding posts on my P363's snapped off in a move. What is the best way to replace/repair them either with aftermarket or OEM parts?
One source you could try is here:http://www.parts-express.com/Search....itesearch=true
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Any decreased performance at all in using aftermarket parts? Opinions are nice.

Also, does anyone have the rubber feet that came with their P363's and don't need them? I installed the plastic feet when I had carpet. Now I have hardwood floor and could use the rubber. If you have them and are willing to donate them.....or sell them, please PM me.

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