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Posted a picture of my Left Front Speaker and subwoofer.What should i set the phase on the back...

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So , as you can see i posted a picture of my sub (in positioned in the left front corner) near the left front speaker.

I got a big left window on the left of my living room as you can see.

What ideas can you giving for setting the phase on the back of my sub ?

Im also running everything at small , with 80 xover , and sub gain volume at about 10-11 o'clock , and 0dB from receiver.

Im also running my center speaker at +4dB as its positioned on the 65'' TV and its smaller than my fronts.I calculated all my speakers with an SPL meter , so every speaker is playing sound equally.

Im also sitting at about 2 meters from my fronts / woofer / tv and about 1.4-1.6 meters away from my rears.

My tv is a 65'' VT 30 Panasonic.

Feel free to suggest anything else please.

Thanks !

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post #2 of 5
What type of receiver do you have? Does it have Audyssey? If so, just set the phase to 0 on the sub and let Aud do its thing. The distance settings it comes up with will address proper phase alignment.
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Originally Posted by wth718 View Post

What type of receiver do you have? Does it have Audyssey? If so, just set the phase to 0 on the sub and let Aud do its thing. The distance settings it comes up with will address proper phase alignment.

No,it does not have audyssey. Its an entry onkyo receiver.
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In that case, I think it would be best to start with phase at 0 and have someone at the listening position tell you if the bass increases or decreases as you change it back and forth. This is a rudimentary method and assumes your sub position is fixed, but I assume you don't have measuring equipment. Maybe someone with experience with manual setups can weigh in.
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i don't see a sub in that picture....biggrin.gif
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