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post #2251 of 30928
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Originally Posted by Uptown193 View Post

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Do you guys think the Pro Center 1000 will be just as good or should I get the Pro Center 2000, confused here, the man in the audio store recommended 2000.

The upgrade to the 2000 in the Pro Cinema 1000 package is money (~around $200) well spent. It matches identical 5.25" drivers to the left and right 1000s, and with Def Tech its always better to get the best center channel to help keep up with the left and right mains as they can sometimes overpower the center in some set-ups.
post #2252 of 30928
I thought I'd post some pix of my set up... first, sorry for the poor quality, it's a camera fone (my daughter has my digital camera), and 2nd, sorry for the links, don't have a hosting service.

OK, the pix...

First one is the room. You can see the SM350's on the bookshelves, the PS1000 sub is to the left of the fireplace, and the PC1000 is sitting in front of the Pro940HD. What you can't see here are the PM1000's in the back of the room. Not an optimal arrangement, but the only way the room permits. It actually sounds pretty good, though. Audyssey did a nice job of balancing the sound.

Second one is a close up of the SM 350 on the bookshelf.

The last is a close up of the PC1000 in front of the panel. You can see what I was telling you about, as to why the PC2000 won't work there. It would be much too tall, and extend into the picture on the panel, and too wide to sit in front where the 1000 is now.

So... there you have it

-steve
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post #2253 of 30928
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Originally Posted by stevec325 View Post

I thought I'd post some pix of my set up... first, sorry for the poor quality, it's a camera fone (my daughter has my digital camera), and 2nd, sorry for the links, don't have a hosting service.

OK, the pix...

First one is the room. You can see the SM350's on the bookshelves, the PS1000 sub is to the left of the fireplace, and the PC1000 is sitting in front of the Pro940HD. What you can't see here are the PM1000's in the back of the room. Not an optimal arrangement, but the only way the room permits. It actually sounds pretty good, though. Audyssey did a nice job of balancing the sound.

Second one is a close up of the SM 350 on the bookshelf.

The last is a close up of the PC1000 in front of the panel. You can see what I was telling you about, as to why the PC2000 won't work there. It would be much too tall, and extend into the picture on the panel, and too wide to sit in front where the 1000 is now.

So... there you have it

-steve

And, here is a shot of the PM1000. Of course, there is another one just like it on the other side of the room
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post #2254 of 30928
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Originally Posted by stevec325 View Post

The last is a close up of the PC1000 in front of the panel. You can see what I was telling you about, as to why the PC2000 won't work there. It would be much too tall, and extend into the picture on the panel, and too wide to sit in front where the 1000 is now.

-steve


Nice setup, Wow that PC1000 looks kinda big, the 2000 must be huge. I going to pick up my PC2000 and the brackets for my PM800s tomorrow if i can make it b4 closing time. Cant wait. I wonder if i will hear a difference from what i have now which is a regular small JBL speaker.

BTW can someone tell me what is the best height from the floor to place my PM800's with the articulating brackets to get the best surround sound?????
post #2255 of 30928
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Originally Posted by Uptown193 View Post

Nice setup, Wow that PC1000 looks kinda big, the 2000 must be huge. I going to pick up my PC2000 and the brackets for my PM800s tomorrow if i can make it b4 closing time. Cant wait. I wonder if i will hear a difference from what i have now which is a regular small JBL speaker.

Thanks, I did the best I could with what I had to work with. The built ins aren't going away, and the only other thing I could done was mount the panel over the fireplace (but, then of course I would have got a LARGER panel )... then go from there, prolly would have put the 2000 on the mantle, as well. Needless to say, that idea was nixed by the WAF, so it's what you see.

Yes, I am sure you will a big difference in quality with the 2000 compared to the JBL, and the sound will be a much close match to the mains & surrounds. Balanced, is the key thought here.

The 2000 is significantly larger than the 1000. Not sure it's that huge, though.

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Originally Posted by Uptown193 View Post

BTW can someone tell me what is the best height from the floor to place my PM800's with the articulating brackets to get the best surround sound?????

Ahhh... lot's of good information to be found in the HT thread Here's one link that will get you going, lot's more information out there, although this is pretty standard" recommendations.

http://www.audioholics.com/tweaks/sp...ssential-guide

They should be around ear level to +2 feet above ear level, at or behind (by several degrees) your seating location.
post #2256 of 30928
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Originally Posted by stevec325 View Post

They should be around ear level to +3 feet above ear level, at or behind your seating location.

oh ok thats where i have them now so im good. thanks

Oh yea and you should mount that 5070 it would look a lot better and bigger on the wall.
post #2257 of 30928
Last night I went to a special invite at my local dealership. There was a Def Tech rep in the store and he said they are going to be announcing a Mythos 10 center channel to go with the STs at CEDIA. He didn't really give more details than that other than the drivers would match the STs.

While I was there they had SCIs on a great sale so I picked one up. I am using it with my 2006s, 2300 and 1.2s. How long does it take to break in a sub? It definately has more punch than the 2006s, but I don't if it $800 worth. Maybe I don't have it set up right or just need to give it more time to break in. Any tips for setting one up?

Thanks,
post #2258 of 30928
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Originally Posted by LowellG View Post

Last night I went to a special invite at my local dealership. There was a Def Tech rep in the store and he said they are going to be announcing a Mythos 10 center channel to go with the STs at CEDIA. He didn't really give more details than that other than the drivers would match the STs.

While I was there they had SCIs on a great sale so I picked one up. I am using it with my 2006s, 2300 and 1.2s. How long does it take to break in a sub? It definately has more punch than the 2006s, but I don't if it $800 worth. Maybe I don't have it set up right or just need to give it more time to break in. Any tips for setting one up?

Thanks,

Need a little more help understanding how you are set up. Do you connect from the SW/LFE output of the receiver? Or, are you connecting the L+R outputs to the sub, and your 2006's from there? Are you using bass management from your receiver? What is the filter on the sub set to? What are you crossing the sub at on the receiver, if using LFE. Are you mains set to large or small? Are us using this for HT and music? Does it sound better/worse with either use?

You get the idea...

It's hard to generalize, but I'd guess that you might need to twiddle the filter on the sub, if using high level inputs, or take a look at your crossover if using line level SW output from the receiver. But, that could be way off base, too.

It should sound fine right out of the box... as it gets a few hours on it, it will smooth out a touch, but in general, that should not affect performance.

You can check out these links for some good information on using subs, too.

http://www.hometheaterforum.com/htf/...d.php?t=177449

http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showt...&#post10397679

http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=748147

-steve
post #2259 of 30928
hey steve, promotion at work and new responsibilities have made me a stranger to this thread. that and i'm enjoying my setup so much. still waiting on my gem xl's in the back. for now my klipsch's are in the back. but the 350's and pro center 1000's are absolutely filling my room with amazing sounds from music to games. how's ur setup?
post #2260 of 30928
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Originally Posted by wldchld22 View Post

hey steve, promotion at work and new responsibilities have made me a stranger to this thread. that and i'm enjoying my setup so much. still waiting on my gem xl's in the back. for now my klipsch's are in the back. but the 350's and pro center 1000's are absolutely filling my room with amazing sounds from music to games. how's ur setup?

Welcome back. Congrats on the promo!!!

Check back a few posts, I finally got around to posting pix. I really like the set up. Sounds amazing.

Had the kids over for a flick last weekend, and they couldn't imaging how it sounded like a real theater.

-steve
post #2261 of 30928
I am finishing my basement right now and will be adding a second home theater to the house. I currently have:
Pro Monitor 200 for front left and right
Pro Center C2
BPX1.2 for the sides
Pro Monitor 800 for the rear
Pro Sub 100.

I am planning on moving the Pro Monitor 200's and the sub to the new home theater to go along with Pro Monitor 1000's for my rear and sides along with a 2000 center and a SVS sub.

What is a good replacement for the Pro Monitor 200? These are fairly large bookshelf speakers. I don't want to replace them with the 1000's as they sound too small to me.
post #2262 of 30928
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Originally Posted by nerdyone View Post

I am finishing my basement right now and will be adding a second home theater to the house. I currently have:
Pro Monitor 200 for front left and right
Pro Center C2
BPX1.2 for the sides
Pro Monitor 800 for the rear
Pro Sub 100.

I am planning on moving the Pro Monitor 200's and the sub to the new home theater to go along with Pro Monitor 1000's for my rear and sides along with a 2000 center and a SVS sub.

What is a good replacement for the Pro Monitor 200? These are fairly large bookshelf speakers. I don't want to replace them with the 1000's as they sound too small to me.

I recently upgraded my FL & FR's from ProMon1000's to Studio Monitor 350's. Amazing. I love them.
post #2263 of 30928
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Originally Posted by stevec325 View Post

I thought I'd post some pix of my set up... first, sorry for the poor quality, it's a camera fone (my daughter has my digital camera), and 2nd, sorry for the links, don't have a hosting service....steve

Steve, all,

As I travel, there are several boxes of Definitives (7004's, BP2X's and a CLR 2300) taking up space in my living room just waiting for me to annoy neighbors :-)

When I get home, I will set things up. We have a large living room/breakfast area as part of an open floor plan downstairs (living area about 28' long, 20' wide (guessing). I've been thinking about where to put my sub (just ordered a Supercube I). I think I have 2 options:

1) to the right of the 7004, against the wall (same wall the entertainment center/tv is on, the wall we face when viewing, or

2) on the fireplace, like Steve had it, which is about 5' to the right of the wall with speakers, entertainment ctr, etc.

This may file under "stupid question," but doesn't the fireplace get too hot when in use to keep the speaker there? Do you move it? Curious.

Have fun,

Paul M.
post #2264 of 30928
Do you feel that the 350's have enough bass? The 200's are very large for book shelf speakers, 14" tall and 12" deep.
post #2265 of 30928
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Originally Posted by migs_inc View Post

Steve, all,

As I travel, there are several boxes of Definitives (7004's, BP2X's and a CLR 2300) taking up space in my living room just waiting for me to annoy neighbors :-)

When I get home, I will set things up. We have a large living room/breakfast area as part of an open floor plan downstairs (living area about 28' long, 20' wide (guessing). I've been thinking about where to put my sub (just ordered a Supercube I). I think I have 2 options:

1) to the right of the 7004, against the wall (same wall the entertainment center/tv is on, the wall we face when viewing, or

2) on the fireplace, like Steve had it, which is about 5' to the right of the wall with speakers, entertainment ctr, etc.

This may file under "stupid question," but doesn't the fireplace get too hot when in use to keep the speaker there? Do you move it? Curious.

Have fun,

Paul M.

I think it might get too hot if you have raging fires! I usually only burn the wax logs - mostly for ambience and effect. I don't use the fireplace to heat the room. But, since I just got the sub, and it's May... I won't know for sure until winter comes around

I don't remember it getting all that hot, and I used to have a rack where the sub is now, that held the wood I burned in the fireplace. I know I checked it often, while burning a fire to see if it would be a problem.

My guess is... it depends on your use, and what kind of heat is being given off from the fireplace.

I don't have much other options, based on the room layout, furniture placement, etc. The other alternative would be in the back of the room, and I don't want to put it there, unless I really have to.

You should look at the location on the same wall as the speakers/TV. That might turn out to be optimal from a sound perspective.
post #2266 of 30928
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Originally Posted by nerdyone View Post

Do you feel that the 350's have enough bass? The 200's are very large for book shelf speakers, 14" tall and 12" deep.

A qualified yes.

Compared to the 1000's they are HUGE in bass response. Compared to towers, probably not. But, they do sound very nice alone (without sub). In fact, I listen to a lot of music in pure direct/direct mode on my 2807, and the sub is not in that configuration. The 350's do very well. When I use the sub, I cross the 350's at 60Hz, which is well below the usual 80Hz. They are that good (to my ears).

They are "spec'd" to go down to 26Hz. Even if DefTech, like many manufacturers, inflate the range... I'd think that they would be pretty flat down to the low 30's. Which is WAY below the 47Hz spec on the ProMonitor 1000's.

That said, I use the sub a lot. It just fills the gaps and goes all the way down. It's critical for HT use, and does a significant component.

The other thing I really like about the 350's is that they offer a much more fuller sound. That being, they "fill the room". Off axis performance is very good, and the sound is bright and clean, without harshness. Not sure how much the 8" 'pressure driven' element adds to their sound. If anything, it may have benefits in allowing smoother bass driver excursion, not available in a sealed enclosure. But, I have no facts to back that one up.

If you can, go give them a listen.

-steve
post #2267 of 30928
I just bought a used CLR2002 Center. If I'm only using a pair or speaker wire, should I connect them to the top or bottom binding posts? The top and bottom binding posts have the gold connectors that connect them together.
post #2268 of 30928
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Originally Posted by LowellG View Post

Last night I went to a special invite at my local dealership. There was a Def Tech rep in the store and he said they are going to be announcing a Mythos 10 center channel to go with the STs at CEDIA. He didn't really give more details than that other than the drivers would match the STs.

While I was there they had SCIs on a great sale so I picked one up. I am using it with my 2006s, 2300 and 1.2s. How long does it take to break in a sub? It definately has more punch than the 2006s, but I don't if it $800 worth. Maybe I don't have it set up right or just need to give it more time to break in. Any tips for setting one up?

Thanks,

Great news about the Mythos Ten (matching center for the STs)!
As good as the Eight is, it's just not in the same league as the STs.
I hope the Ten more closely matches the STs in terms of sonics and cosmetics.

dc
post #2269 of 30928
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Originally Posted by Pineapple View Post

I just bought a used CLR2002 Center. If I'm only using a pair or speaker wire, should I connect them to the top or bottom binding posts? The top and bottom binding posts have the gold connectors that connect them together.

The top & bottom binding posts have the "shunt" between them, that is removable, if you want to bi-wire (connect separate PAIRS of speaker wire to EACH set of posts).

If you are only using one pair of speaker wire, leave the shunts in place and connect the speaker wire to either the top (red & black) or bottom (red & black) posts. It doesn't matter which one, as they are both tied together with the shunts.
post #2270 of 30928
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Originally posted by stevec325:
Need a little more help understanding how you are set up. Do you connect from the SW/LFE output of the receiver? Or, are you connecting the L+R outputs to the sub, and your 2006's from there? Are you using bass management from your receiver? What is the filter on the sub set to? What are you crossing the sub at on the receiver, if using LFE. Are you mains set to large or small? Are us using this for HT and music? Does it sound better/worse with either use?

You get the idea...

It's hard to generalize, but I'd guess that you might need to twiddle the filter on the sub, if using high level inputs, or take a look at your crossover if using line level SW output from the receiver. But, that could be way off base, too.

It should sound fine right out of the box... as it gets a few hours on it, it will smooth out a touch, but in general, that should not affect performance.

Let's see. I have it connected by the LFE only. I am running the 2006s with just speaker wire set to large, no LFE split like I was doing before. I have a Yamaha 2500 with the speaker set to sub only and I have it +1db. Listening is mostly TV, movies , then music. 70-20-10 split.

However, what I didn't realize was I hadn't even put more than a hours worth of sound through it when I posted this. I ran it for about 3 hours last night and it sound much better. At first it was doing almost nothing with music. However, I was listening to the Rock Honors show last night in HD with Heart, Genesis and Ozzy and it sounded great. Probably needs some more tweaking but I think I will keep it. I also did some of the recommended sub sceens from movies and it sound better. I don't know how do describe it. It basically hit the lower stuff a little louder and didn't seem like it was struggling as much.
post #2271 of 30928
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Originally Posted by Pineapple View Post

I just bought a used CLR2002 Center. If I'm only using a pair or speaker wire, should I connect them to the top or bottom binding posts? The top and bottom binding posts have the gold connectors that connect them together.


The gold connection is a jumper cable. It may not make a big difference but I recall that Def Tech recommends connecting the speaker wire directly to the bottom (low) binding posts. When I do my installations, that's what I normally do.
post #2272 of 30928
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Originally Posted by DreamCatcher View Post

Great news about the Mythos Ten (matching center for the STs)!
As good as the Eight is, it's just not in the same league as the STs.
I hope the Ten more closely matches the STs in terms of sonics and cosmetics.

dc


I need to find out some info on the new Mythos Ten. I'm a custom dealer but have no information on it yet. I did just receive word that the Mythos ST in black (which is the more popular of the two finishes) are now back in stock after finally filling all back orders.
post #2273 of 30928
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Originally Posted by LowellG View Post

Let's see. I have it connected by the LFE only. I am running the 2006s with just speaker wire set to large, no LFE split like I was doing before. I have a Yamaha 2500 with the speaker set to sub only and I have it +1db. Listening is mostly TV, movies , then music. 70-20-10 split.

However, what I didn't realize was I hadn't even put more than a hours worth of sound through it when I posted this. I ran it for about 3 hours last night and it sound much better. At first it was doing almost nothing with music. However, I was listening to the Rock Honors show last night in HD with Heart, Genesis and Ozzy and it sounded great. Probably needs some more tweaking but I think I will keep it. I also did some of the recommended sub sceens from movies and it sound better. I don't know how do describe it. It basically hit the lower stuff a little louder and didn't seem like it was struggling as much.

OK, that's a start.

Try setting the speakers to small, and crossover around 80.

Does the Yammy have an auto-setup (distance, channel trim, etc.) configuration? One, where you'd put a mic in the room, and it picks up the test tone output of the receiver and set's the parameters?

If not, are you familiar with doing this manually, with an SPL meter?

With a sub in your system, it is paramount that you get the levels calibrated, and the crossovers set properly to get optimum balance and sound.
post #2274 of 30928
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Originally Posted by Adz523 View Post

The gold connection is a jumper cable. It may not make a big difference but I recall that Def Tech recommends connecting the speaker wire directly to the bottom (low) binding posts. When I do my installations, that's what I normally do.

Unless there is significant resistance in the jumper, it will make zero difference. And, there should be NO resistance in the jumper (shunt).
post #2275 of 30928
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Originally posted by stevec325:
OK, that's a start.

Try setting the speakers to small, and crossover around 80.

Does the Yammy have an auto-setup (distance, channel trim, etc.) configuration? One, where you'd put a mic in the room, and it picks up the test tone output of the receiver and set's the parameters?

If not, are you familiar with doing this manually, with an SPL meter?

With a sub in your system, it is paramount that you get the levels calibrated, and the crossovers set properly to get optimum balance and sound.

Yes, the 2500 has the YPAO, I will run setup again. Right now I have the 2006s set to large and the rest set to small with the crossover at 60. I would do 80, but I can't set a different crossover between the center and rear channels. I don't think the 2300 can handle large, but what is the sense of having it set at small with the crossover at 80. Is the built in powered sub being used at all at that point?
post #2276 of 30928
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Originally Posted by LowellG View Post

Yes, the 2500 has the YPAO, I will run setup again. Right now I have the 2006s set to large and the rest set to small with the crossover at 60. I would do 80, but I can't set a different crossover between the center and rear channels. I don't think the 2300 can handle large, but what is the sense of having it set at small with the crossover at 80. Is the built in powered sub being used at all at that point?

The biggest advantage of setting the speakers to small, is to direct the lower freqs to the SW. The SW can better handle both the deep base, and the lower frequencies much better than most main, center & surround speakers. Even so called "full range" speakers (20hz - 20khz), unless having large bass drivers (10" and up), struggle to deliver quality low freq signals cleanly.

Small and Large are not references to physical speaker size, rather how they handle lower freqs.

Crossing at 60 is probably fine, I actually cross my Studio Monitor 350's at 60.

As for the sub being used... YES. First, all of the LFE information will ALWAYS be routed to the sub. LFE channel can have information up to 120Hz. Regardless, if it is in the LFE channel - it will go to the sub. And, by crossing in the 60-80 range (80 is THX spec, BTW), you are allowing the sub to do what it does best - reproduce the lower freqs. At those freqs, the directionality of the signal is virtually imperceivable to our ears, and the efficiency (and driver size) of the sub affords better reproduction.

Keep your crossover at 60, and set the speakers to small, then run the set up. I think you'll like the overall sound better. And, if you don't... you can always undo it, and start again. Remember, what sounds best to you is right. And, by experimenting with different configurations, you'll hear differences that you may not have heard before.

Before running the autoconfig, try setting the gain on your SW to a tad less than the half-way point. and make sure that you defeat the high pass filter (or turn it up to the highest possible setting, if no "on-off" function. This will allow your receiver to set the SW output to a point where there is some range available for peaks. You don't want to end up with a value that is near the top end of the range in the receiver. Somewhere around -3 to +5 would be good.
post #2277 of 30928
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Originally Posted by stevec325 View Post

Unless there is significant resistance in the jumper, it will make zero difference. And, there should be NO resistance in the jumper (shunt).

I don't disagree. Just to note, there's a whole market out there of speaker cable manufacturers that also sell jumper cables to replace the manufacturer stock ones (which are typically gold plated bands) because of that very reason - resistance, and that cabling does a better job of doing the jumping.
post #2278 of 30928
I have a question for all of you Def Tech experts, especially those who are familiar with the Mythos 1 and ST speakers.

I am moving to a new home, and I have decided to replace all of my Audio/Video equipment, with the exception of my two subwoofers.

My question is...assuming using two high quality subs, which speakers would give me the best sound quality vs bang for the buck? I'm willing to spend the $$$, but not if I don't get a good return on investment. I am considering either the Mythos 1s, or the new Mythos STs, which I have read great things about. Will using my subs negate the additional expense of the STs with their built in subs?

I can get the Mythos 1s for about 1/3 the price of the STs. Again, cost is not really an issue. What I want is the best sound quality for both music and movies.

Thanks in advance.

Pilot
post #2279 of 30928
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Originally Posted by pilot20 View Post

I have a question for all of you Def Tech experts, especially those who are familiar with the Mythos 1 and ST speakers.

I am moving to a new home, and I have decided to replace all of my Audio/Video equipment, with the exception of my two subwoofers.

My question is...assuming using two high quality subs, which speakers would give me the best sound quality vs bang for the buck? I'm willing to spend the $$$, but not if I don't get a good return on investment. I am considering either the Mythos 1s, or the new Mythos STs, which I have read great things about. Will using my subs negate the additional expense of the STs with their built in subs?


Pilot

Absolutely not. If you want the best sound quality and if cost isn't an issue, then by all means the STs win hands down. From my limited experience with them, the STs seem to impart a soundstage on par with say the 7002s and the STs are not even bi-polar. Even with your two subs, the likely best way to incorporate them would be to run the STs as "large" so they get a full range signal, but direct the .1 ("LFE track) to be handled by the subs only. For music, it does not even sound like a "mythos" designed/engineered product.
post #2280 of 30928
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Originally posted by stevec325:
The biggest advantage of setting the speakers to small, is to direct the lower freqs to the SW. The SW can better handle both the deep base, and the lower frequencies much better than most main, center & surround speakers. Even so called "full range" speakers (20hz - 20khz), unless having large bass drivers (10" and up), struggle to deliver quality low freq signals cleanly.

Small and Large are not references to physical speaker size, rather how they handle lower freqs.

Crossing at 60 is probably fine, I actually cross my Studio Monitor 350's at 60.

As for the sub being used... YES. First, all of the LFE information will ALWAYS be routed to the sub. LFE channel can have information up to 120Hz. Regardless, if it is in the LFE channel - it will go to the sub. And, by crossing in the 60-80 range (80 is THX spec, BTW), you are allowing the sub to do what it does best - reproduce the lower freqs. At those freqs, the directionality of the signal is virtually imperceivable to our ears, and the efficiency (and driver size) of the sub affords better reproduction.

Keep your crossover at 60, and set the speakers to small, then run the set up. I think you'll like the overall sound better. And, if you don't... you can always undo it, and start again. Remember, what sounds best to you is right. And, by experimenting with different configurations, you'll hear differences that you may not have heard before.

Before running the autoconfig, try setting the gain on your SW to a tad less than the half-way point. and make sure that you defeat the high pass filter (or turn it up to the highest possible setting, if no "on-off" function. This will allow your receiver to set the SW output to a point where there is some range available for peaks. You don't want to end up with a value that is near the top end of the range in the receiver. Somewhere around -3 to +5 would be good.

Steve, thanks for all the advice so far. One of my questions on the autosetup is what do you set the db level to when you are setting up; 0, 20, 50,...? I have the room completely quite, but I just don't know where to set the volume.

Also, when it comes to the highpass and low pass filters, I am completely confused. I though those were only used if you run your mains or some other speaker through the speaker connections on your sub. I see all the setting knobs, but I just have them all set in the middle. THe manual really doesn't say anything.

I did run the YPAO last night before I read this. It set the 2006s and 2300 to large and the 1.2Xs to small. The wierd thing is it set the sub crossover to 200.

ADZ,

When you find more out about the Mythos 10, let us know. He wouldn't tell me anything more than it was going to be announced at CEDIA.
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