Alright you've cleared that up pretty well, thank you very much.I found the "Plus" option in the Amp's settings, I have my fronts set to Large and the sub is working as It should, but is this really optimal? Is it putting more stress on the amp?
Triple Vortex / Reflex
Max Amp Power:
Min Amp Power: 10 Watts
Freq Resp +/-3dB (Hz):
34 Hz – 20 kHz
Freq Resp +3dB- 9dB (Hz):
25 Hz – 20 kHz
SPL in Room1w/1m(db):
SPL Anechoic 1w/1m(db):
X-Over 160 Hz & 2.3 kHz
Tweeter: Dual 1"
Midrange: Dual 5.25"
Woofer: Dual 6.5"
I'm assuming even knowing the specs of this speaker, I should still set it to SMALL so the Sub produces all the bass...
The Sub is hooked up correctly and works fine, the issue is I ran Mcacc and it made my Axiom's LARGE in the settings.Here is what I'm running;Axiom (2) M80's (fronts) Bi-ampedAxiom (1) M22 (center)Velodyne DPS-12 subwooferI'm setup for the Bi-amp setting.When I go to Mcacc menu and change the speaker config, I set the fronts to SMALL and then the bass comes on.Only when set to LARGE it doesn't work at all (Music & TV)When watching a blu-ray the sub works normally as it...
Having an issue with my speakers and sub. If i set my 2 fronts to large I get no output from my sub, only when the speakers are set to small.
I'm running axiom M80 speaker fronts, I imagine these would be classified as a large speaker. Does anyone know how to get the subwoofer going?
I had to recalibrate the unit, auto Mcacc then tweaked the settings manually.
PS3 on auto surround works!
One more thing, might seem kind of stupid but I can't find it in the manual
On the remote, how to you use the blue functions?
Example; I was listening to my ipod and the home logo is showed on screen so I can control the ipod independently, but when I press the button nothing happens.