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Do I need to mess with the Xover on Pioneer VSX-919AH-K

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I ordered this reciever and should arrive on Tuesday:

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00..._ya_oh_product

My question is, my current Sony recieve is old and kinda crappy, you cannot change the Xover.

I know the Pioneer has that autocalibration microphone, after running that, do I need to manually set the Xover for the speakers? or not?

What is recommended Volume and Xover for the Subowoofer? I have this one:

http://stores.channeladvisor.com/the...0%20Watt%20Sub
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I ordered this reciever and should arrive on Tuesday:

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00..._ya_oh_product

My question is, my current Sony recieve is old and kinda crappy, you cannot change the Xover.

I know the Pioneer has that autocalibration microphone, after running that, do I need to manually set the Xover for the speakers? or not?

What is recommended Volume and Xover for the Subowoofer? I have this one:

http://stores.channeladvisor.com/the...0%20Watt%20Sub

Turn the volume on the sub to half-way. Set the x-over to max and phase to 0. Run the auto calibration and the receiver will adjust your x-over for you. Assuming your speakers aren't huge with built-in subwoofers....then double check the settings the receiver made and make sure it set all your speakers to 'small' so that it sends all the bass and lfe to your subwoofer.
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where do u set pahse to 0 ? in reciever?
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where do u set pahse to 0 ? in reciever?

Many subs don't have one. If your's doesn't don't worry about it.
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ok thanks
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