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post #1 of 6 Old 06-16-2013, 12:51 PM - Thread Starter
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I just got this HTiB, which has five small satellites and an active subwoofer. It doesn't have a crossover setting on the sub itself but in the A/V Receiver menu there is a crossover setting with the following choices: 40, 60, 80, 100, 110, 120, 160, 200Hz. (80Hz is default). Is there a particular setting to target or should I simply turn it up to 200Hz, since the other speakers are small (including the fronts)? If it matters, the auto-cal sets it to 120Hz in 8 ohms mode and 80Hz in 6 ohms mode.

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I think the ypao setting of 120hz sounds about right. Do you know the specs on the speakers (freq. response)?
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As far as the specs from Yamaha go:

SW: 28Hz to 200Hz

Satellites: 90Hz to 50KHz

Crossover Frequency: 4000 Hz

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Display: Samsung UN46EH6030 LED-LCD TV; Audio: Yamaha HTR-3066 AVR/AMP, Sony Core Bookshelves (Sony SS-CS5) and Center (Sony SS-CS8) as fronts, Cambridge Audio S20 Bookshelves (CA S20-N) as surrounds, Dayton Audio SUB-1200 as subwoofer; Sources: PS4 (doubles as primary BD player), Xbox One, PS3, Xbox 360, Motorola RNG150N (Cable Box)
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And which x-over setting sounds best to you?
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And which x-over setting sounds best to you?

between 120Hz, 160Hz, and 200Hz, 120Hz sounds best

I used the final battle scene in the Avengers BD for the comparison. It has multi-channel DTS-HD MA audio.

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Well, you have it then. You and ypao both agree.
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