Originally Posted by cel4145
No need to use the crossover on your sub. Did you run EzSet/EQ on your receiver? After you do, if you need to adjust the speakers you can use the manual adjustments in on your receiver (pp. 40-41 of your manual). Those crossover settings enable high pass filters for the speakers and low pass filters for the subs. Whatever crossover you set for the speakers, the sub will automatically receive the correct audio signal.
I did run the EzSet/EQ on my receiver and then made a few changes. I mainly corrected the speaker distance and set the crossover for them manually. This is my setup:
L+R: Polk Audio TSI400 - According to PA specs, they go as low as 34Hz. It has three 5.25" drivers.
Center: Polk Audio CS10 - According to PA specs, it can go as low as 53Hz. It has two 5.25" drivers.
Surrounds: Polk Audio TSI100 - According to PA specs, they go as low as 53Hz. Single 5.25" driver.
Sub: BIC America F12. 12"
I set the crossover setting manually on my receiver for the speakers and set them all to 80Hz. Is this a "good" setting? should I go higher? lower?
I now know to set the BIC America to Digital Receiver so the receiver handles the crossover.