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Originally Posted by AVGeek99
The purpose of the setting is to integrate your sub with the low end of your satellites. If you select 'bypass' it does not apply any sort of crossover to rolloff the LFE at the upper end of it's frequency range. It is for use with subwoofers that don't have a defeatable high pass crossover. If you have the crossover enabled on both the Integra and the sub, the rolloff will be too steep to integrate smoothly. If your sub's crossover is defeatable, it is best to disable it in your sub and let the Integra do all of the bass management.
Thanks for your reply!!!
My Velo subs allow their internal low pass
crossovers to be defeated but NOT
the high pass.
can only be set to either 80hz or 100hz.
On my Velo's I currently defeat their low pass
crossovers and have high pass
set at 100hz.
LPF of LFE on 80.3 is set at 120hz and crossover is set at 80hz for all speakers.
Based on this.............. should I leave things how they are?
Or is it better to bypass
the LPF of LFE setting on the 80.3 due to it also being set on my Velo's at 100hz?
I guess at least setting LPF of LFE to 100hz won't make a difference as that is what it is on the subs..........is this right?
Last edited by linger63; 03-08-2017 at 08:58 PM.