Originally Posted by edgnoj
You mean the level calibration in the speaker configuration menu?
The levels there are:
Front left +1
Front right +1
Surround right 0
Movie subwoofer +6
Music subwoofer +6
The subwoofer can't be much increased in the MRX and in the setup of the subwoofer the volumelevel is 90%
Thank you, your sub should be capable of putting
Out a lot more volume than it is now.
Couple of things..
1) is your listening area very large???
Large areas can be hard for a single sub to
Energize. Report back on size off room. Don't
Forget the ceiling height.
2) how far away is the subwoofer from your listening
Position? (Same place as ARC microphone)
Did you remember to enter the speaker&sub distance
Into the MRX?
Finally I see that the sub has a very extensive DSP
Menu which allows A LOT of control over the sub's
Outputs, frequencies, boosts and cut offs.
Much more than I am used to dealing with!
I suggest that you disable all of these settings.
Perhaps a reset to factory defaults?
We want to start over with the sub just in the factory
Default mode. No processing or adjusting of the signals.
If we can't get the output levels up higher then there
MAY be a possibility that the sub is defective.