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post #1 of 1 Old 01-10-2011, 08:10 PM - Thread Starter
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Okay folks,
just a fair warning so you won't "blow a fuse or amps" on sub woofer.
There's this feature called "SW Input Gain" under multichannel set,
some receivers may not have i think,but i never try'd it out until this evening,so i switch it from 0 - 10+db and grab my meter and played starwars chapter 3 where the ships fly over.And WOW! i hit 100 -112 db peaks and had to turn off the movie because it scared me,thought i was gonna ruin my sub.
Never hit that high before,so a fair warning if u do plan to try this feature turn down sub woofer gain or recalibrate sub volume when using this feature lol. I should of took a pick of the meter.!
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