Originally Posted by bogdan25
"The recommended setting for the RC-Mini and RC-Mini Center speakers is the large position. Set the crossover frequency to 100Hz. Energy does NOT recommend using any equalization function
that your receiver offers when set to "LARGE",as this may damage your speakers."- Can MCACC be considered as equalization function?
In a large room or when maximum output is required, set the speakers to "small" and the crossover to 120Hz
.The Subwoofer must be activated by setting the on or use settings.- What is the "large" room?
It sounds like this is a disclaimer from Energy telling you not to push your speakers too far beyond their limits. MCACC does apply equalization, but hernanu has been running his RC-minis using the Plus setting for a while now and enjoys the sound.
Maybe someone else can chime in, but I'd say your room size can be classified somewhere in these ranges, based on the longest wall in the room (and this is just a pure out-of-the-air guesstimate):
12' and under - small
20' and over - large
the rest in the middle - medium
Originally Posted by nextbond
I have a VSX-1019, Samsung, BDP-1600 blurray, Sony 52Z5100 TV
I want to connect
Cable outlet (no cable box) -> 1019 -> HDMI -> TV
Cable outlet (no cable box) -> TV
That way I can watch TV with or without the audio from the 1019
How do I do this?
Thanks for yr help.
If you are getting your cable straight out of the coax cable from the wall, you can not run that through the 1019. What you'll have to do is plug that into your TV, then run a cable from your TV's audio output (whether is optical or the standard red/white RCA cables) and into the 1019.
This way you can have the receiver on or off, but your TV will always have sound.