Originally Posted by Patrick Murphy
A few questions;
What is the level that Audyssey set for your sub? -15 is the max and if it shows this you need to lower the gain on the sub and rerun Audyssey.
Did you set 'double bass' to OFF?
Is the LPF of LFE set at 120Hz?
Are any of your speakers set to 'full range'?
With your speakers I would expect Audyssey to give you numbers in the 40-50Hz range, raise these to 80. If any measure higher than 80, leave them.
Also, your brand of Audyssey is '2EQ' which doesn't add any filtering of the subwoofer only the sats.http://www.audyssey.com/technology/multeq.html
Ha thanks, you guys are awesome. The music sounds a lot cleaner. (I was testing it with the television music stations via component in, Pandora(iPhone), and MP3(iPhone).) I am getting a lot more bass from the woofer with it set to 120hz as well during HT.
Audyssey had the sub set at -7db with the knob at 50% volume. With all the speakers at 40HZ and the sub at 60HZ.
So with the 2EQ would it be better to or is a option to not run the LFE and run wires/RCAs since I have open channels available. I am confused by the negative effects of the 2EQ not offering any filtering of the signal to the subwoofer.
You all might get me hooked just yet. lol