If the Sub's crossover is used along with the one in the AVR, the signal gets passed through two crossover filters—one in the AVR and one in the sub—which can make it sound out-of-whack. That's why it is best to disable the one in the Subwoofer. If this is not possible or one doesn't have a separate LFE input into the Subwoofer, it is best to set the crossover frequency as high as possible and make sure the crossover frequency in the AVR is lower than that. This is not ideal, but it's the best one can do.
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2/17/13 at 12:29pm