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post #31 of 35
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Originally Posted by steve nn View Post

There is more to it than that but the reality of it is, it really is the best route to go.

Is that like saying "My wife is hot and guys drool as she walks on by......but......"There is more to it than that but the reality of it is, it really is the best route to go."

...tongue.gif
post #32 of 35
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Originally Posted by asharris7 View Post

It sounds a little better now. However I had to set the sub volume -7 and in the Yamaha AVR to +4.5 to achieve what sounds decent. Who knows, maybe I need 2 for my room. It's 20 x 17 with 9ft ceilings that open up into the kitchen.

I run my ultra volume at -2. And the avr at -2
post #33 of 35
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Lets eat grandma or lets eat, grandma.....sorry about my play on words :-)
post #34 of 35
I lost track where your gain is set on your sub, but I would suggest turning it a little counter clockwise and then go from there if you’re on the plus side of your sw trim on your reciever. Have your sw trim set at around –5 and your sw gain set to bring the –5ish in at calibration. Anywhere from –7 to –4 is good. Bottom line.. Just be sure you’re utilizing your volume/gain nob on your sub so it corresponds.
post #35 of 35
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Sub amp -5 avr +4 = teeth rattling bass now. All good :-) thanks again!
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