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JackyJacky 06-23-2013 07:56 PM


I've bought a brand-new AVR-1911 but I'm finding the manual (or me) a little hard to understand.

What I'd like to do is have four speakers at the front of the room in a simple stereo arrangement.

The medium-size stand mount speakers at the far left and far right would provide just about all the sound and frequency range. The inner two speakers (both large tower speakers) at the front would be used solely for bass at 80HZ and below. All speakers are passive and have no built-in amps like some sub-woofers.

How would I set up the Denon so that it sends only 80Hz and below music to the inner two tower speakers and all the rest of the music above 80Hz to the outer two stand mount speakers?

Thanks for any input you may have.

afrogt 06-23-2013 10:31 PM

You can't. You're not going to be able to cut off the top end of your tower speakers. Why would you want to anyway?

If you want speakers that only play 80hz and below then buy a couple of subwoofers.

JackyJacky 06-23-2013 11:28 PM

Thanks afrogt,

I'm not going to use one pair of speakers mainly because the large ones are great at bass but a bit harsh in the high frequencies.

The standmounts are superb but would be even better with some really deep bass. So I'm aiming for the best of both worlds with my idea of both speakers.

But thanks anyway.

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