Thanks for any help sorry for the rookie post
Full band will send the entire signal to the speaker. If there is 20hz content in a movie the speaker will play that back which would not be a good idea. Not many speakers can play that low with enough SPL to sound decent.
You are right about the large and small setting. Its recommended to set the speakers to small. Let the sub handle the low frequencies. That's what its designed for.
After running audyssey you can raise the crossover but never lower it. Most recommend 80hz.
I think audyssey bypass will disable audyssey for the left and right channel. Check the manual to confirm.
LFE should be set to 120hz. This is totally separate from the crossover setting.
Your subwoofer has more unmph than your towers, thats why its best to set them to small and let the subwoofer handle those frequencies. Setting the fronts to 80hz will put less strain on your speakers. In the end, it is your system so you can set it how you like, what ever sounds best to you.
This will help with the picture.
After all (Mrk) said, he knows better and you have a very decent HT. You're over entry level.
Listen to his advices and enjoy your HT.
This is a strange, foggy and most of all, an addicted world.
The more you know the bigger the doubts about it.
Stay in the surface and spend time with your family, believe me.
As I said, listen to Mrk and pick some blues albums.
My regards and all the best
If you set the crossover to 250hz, all the audio below that will be sent to the sub. Like I said above, the sub will be more localized which is not a good thing.
Also note that the AVR sets the LARGE/SMALL, crossover, distance, speaker volume level not Audyssey. Adjusting the LARGE ---> SMALL setting has no impact on the Audyssey EQ. Also note that there is 8x higher processing done with the suboofer than is done on the speakers which is another reason why raising the FL/FR crossovers up to 80Hz and letting the subwoofer handle more of the load will generally provide for better audio quality.
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