Ok, I just ran the Advanced MCACC with both of my SWs and now the question is, "Do I use the speaker setting that the routine gave me? Polk 75T Fronts are bi-amped (yeah, I know. Don't want to hear admonishment about what "TRUE" bi-amping is) and set as Large (which is fine with me), but my small CV VM-5E bookshelfs being used as surrounds and backs were somehow also listed as Large by the routine. The only speaker listed as small was the in-efficient Pioneer Center channel speaker, which makes sense. But why the tiny satellites? I mean they do sound good, but they are by no means a full range speaker. And, strangely enough, the calculated X-over was 100 and not 80. I mean if you're gonna go Large on the fronts, wouldn't you go with a 80 Hz limit? Isn't that why you're listing the fronts as Large, so you can use the low end of them to support your SWs? Weird. So, I'm thinking I'll go into the manual speaker settings and list the fronts as Large, everything else small and set the X-over at 80 Hz. Sound ok?
Pioneer SC-1523-K and VSX-1018AH-K; Polk Monitor 75T Fronts, Pioneer S-HF11C Center, Cerwin Vega VE-5M surrounds and backs; Polk PSW-505 with Mediabridge SW cable; Onkyo SKW-204 with Mediabridge SW cable; Oppo BDP-103; Akai GX-255 Open Reel, DBX 228 Dynamic Range Expander & Type II Tape NR; 55" Sharp Aquos LCD; 47" Sony Bravia Plasma