Originally Posted by toddRiffic
If you are getting a phase error warning, you can check this quick demonstration I made that will really show if you the speakers are internally wired out of phase.
Def tech's web site suggest your center speaker be set to small with a 80Hz crossover same as the PM1000's.
The web site also suggest 100Hz for the 800's.
Thanks for the vid… I'm checking everything now, though I don't have a decibel meter.
Definitive has me setting the
Surrounds (Pro monitor 1000's) to 80Hz Small
Center (CS8040HD) to 80Hz Small
Still Does not say what to set these BP towers on… just keeps telling me Large full bandwidth, no idea at what the Hz for that is but I'm still searching.
bass setting is currently LFE +Main LPF for LFE: 80Hz (I'm going to try going to only LFE and see how that works)
I ran the audessey and still got the issue with the Right so I just tried running it for the other listening positions and it got itself together and acted right…. it actually now under Crossover Freq. set the fronts to -FullBand- as well as the center and the Surround ( PM1000's) to 60hz by itself.
I'm noticing the center gets only progressively louder now vice the fronts seem to get louder faster while turning the receiver up, but I can still hear non the less with no issue, it just doesn't seem "loud" .
While testing how everything sounds I happen to be watching the NBA Playoffs and about every few seconds the screen is flashing I don' know what this is but I concerned.