Originally Posted by CFoote
That's great, thanks for the info! Can you add a high pass crossover to your front speakers too?
Yes my understanding is that is what it does, although not sure what slope it is giving, hopefully 24dB but I don't know.
I would set the crossover at 60Hz for your N802, so highpass to mains (relieving them and the amps of some of the tough grunt) and the woofers can then do a better job with the midbass. This is what I found when I had the 802D mixed in with my IB sub using behringer gear.
Did a great job and the mid bass was lifted nicely. In fact if you have a really good sub and placement Chris, you may even try the 80Hz crossover, as I found there was some intended bloom (B&W house sound I call it) from the port around the 60-100Hz area. (Have a look at the B&W driver/port curves and you'll see what I mean).
Note: I eventually got rid of the behringer crossover/mixer/EQ only because in 2ch was causing a hum loop with my HT connections (the sub and behringer gear was common). This AVP solves all that, much simpler. Hence its value to me. With the audussey pro, hopefully that will do the bass room correction I am now missing without the FBQ2496.
Again, a plus of the single box.