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post #1 of 3 Old 08-20-2013, 04:56 PM - Thread Starter
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Hello, I have a setup with only Polk speakers

Subwoofer, 2 Front RTI A3 and CSi A4 Center....








My question is on the 2.2 configuration .... is

FRONT = Full Band
Center = 60Hz

The correct setup? Currently I hear a "rain" sound from the central....just checked the cables and they seem to be firm.

Problem is in silent moments... you can hear it and its audible....

Thanks for any help/tip!
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If you have a sub the fronts should not be set to "full band". Cross them at 60-80hz or there abouts...experiment to find the appropriate setting for your room and speakers.

I don't know what you mean by "rain" sounds....
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thanks! Today I'll change the Font speakers setup.

the "rain" sound from the center speaker.... is more of a noise...static...constant, that you can hear when there is no real sound coming out...
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