Originally Posted by Yankees24
Welcome to the Forum....in regards to base mgmt with towers its a bit tricky and it would take trial and error depending on your room size, and your sub. You can start by crossing over your towers at 50 or 60hz and working your way up or down from there and see how it sounds to you. There's also the question of if you set your towers to large or small...When I had towers I set them to large and BASS to both my towers and my sub. Some might say that you're duplicating your efforts and may add unwanted distortion and not getting the max output out of your amp. In MY case its what sounded best to ME, but it could be different for you. If your sub can go deep and your room size is not huge, than start with sending your bass just to your sub and cross them over at your liking
Hi thank you for your response. It took me a while to get back to you guys. But that is because the delivery of my speakers took a lot longer then the store initially promised. To date I am still waiting for the A26's to arrive.
So far I am really happy with the Boston Acoustics A series speakers.
See below my current setup
Onkyo TX-NR616 (Audyssey 2EQ setup)
Boston Acoustics A360 as Fronts - Audyssey x-over = 40 Hz - I have set it to 60 Hz
Boston Acoustics A225C as Center - Audyssey x-over = 40 Hz - I have set it to 100 HzBoston Acoustics A26 as surrounds
- are still to be deliveredBoston Acoustics A26 as rear surrounds
- are still to be deliveredBoston Acoustics ASW650 as sub-woofer
- the supplier could not deliver this sub-woofer anymore, I therefore decided to take it a step up and went for a SVS SB12-NSD subwoofer. I am really happy with the precision and bass from this sub-woofer.
So far I am enjoying my new setup. I do notice the speakers need to be played in but every day the sound improves. Also I am surprised how good the sound from the center integrates with the fronts.