Originally Posted by kromix
Thanks guys, so,
Phase @ 0
Crossover Freq @ all the way up, set receiver to 120hz
and Crossover do I set to In or Out, you guys both said something different
There is no 'correct' setting to set your sub and speakers. It's all going to be a work in progress with your system. Yes, setting your sub to 120hz and your speakers to 80hz is a good start. However, I have my x-overs all over set differently because of the sound I am looking for and the acoustics of my room. I have my SBL/R at 100hz, SL/R at 80hz, L/R at 60hz, and the center back to 80hz. I have also changed the x-over on my sub to 100hz as an experiment a few times.
You'll find that you may want to relieve the sub of off the top end by adjusting your L/R to 60 (or even 40hz). 40hz for my fronts seemed to be a bit too much but 60hz was the perfect touch it needed. I am not sure what speakers your have but if they're capable of producing a devent amount of mid-end bass, I would look into playing with the x-overs. If you're running a small bookshelf or satelite, leave it at 80-100hz. Experiment with your settings, test out different combo's, and you'll figure out what you enjoy.