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post #1 of 3 Old 10-07-2018, 02:32 PM - Thread Starter
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Advice on calibrating Triad Bronze Slimsubs?

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@Dawn Gordon  or anyone tried to do an Audyssey MultEQ32 calibration while driving 2 Triad SlimSubs from a Triad Rackamp 700?

Any advice or baseline recommended settings for the Rackamp would be much appreciated. Sounds good to my ear but I'm flying blind.

I've got the subwoofer crossover at the AVR set at 80Hz (am experimenting with 80Hz crossover from all surrounds).

Setup is Marantz 7010 -> Rackamp 700 -> (2) Bronze SlimSubs
Currently the rackamp is set at:
-10dB (more of less equals the Audyssey trim levels)
Normal preset
00 Phase
LFE
Sub Highpass Filter = 22Hz 
Sub Highpass Slope = 48 
Line Output Highpass = Thru 
Route Delay = Off
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My own question answered here (thanks Dawn I'm pretty sure this is also you!):
http://www.triadspeakersforum.com/sh...llation-Guides
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Yes it is. I was going to send you that info via email, but you beat me to it. :-)
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