Originally Posted by motownflip
That got it to -3 this time. Not sure why it didn't work last time, but output stills seems a bit low. Any other suggestions? Almost there I hope.
do what Brian said make sure the crossover is set to bypass. Put the gain knob at the number indicated as a 2 (9/10 o'clock) in the back and re-run the configuration. Placement is also key. If this doesn't work let us know what all your settings out back are set to because something may not be set right. If it makes you feel better I had some tuning issues in the beginning and after sorting it out was doing this all day...
Anyways, side note to others I finally really let it crank today (thanks to a friend being over and telling me quit being a chicken with the volume). Like I said earlier I have an apartment with neighbors. Jammed Tron Legacy and Battle of Los Angeles at between -20 and -15dB and I'm sure I woke the dead...this sub is just simply intense at those levels. Probably the sub's best feature is not only the raw power but how wonderfully it blends with the front sound stage with the lights out...you have NO clue a sub or speakers...it's just an experience of sound.
Only negative...it rattled my kitchen even with the sub sitting on a Gramma on the Tron scene when Flynn's father puts his fist down in the club scene and the lights go out.
<-- hoping to not hear from my neighbor any time soon