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post #1 of 3 Old 12-20-2018, 08:37 PM - Thread Starter
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HELP: Not Sure What Settings

Hey all,
I am not sure what settings to use. I am not using the sub in a 2-channel setup, it is in a 7.1 setup. However, the cable that came with the sub (Martin Logan 700W) is a Left and Right cable which I have plugged into the sub, but the other end is into an adapter that converts it to a single that attaches to the receiver (Yamaha RX V679) I currently have it set to the LFE setting, but I'm not sure if that is correct. (Image attached of instruction manual) Do I have it correct, or is there something I need to change?
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Run a single RCA-to-RCA connection:
- from the receiver's "SUBWOOFER" output;
- to the subwoofer's "LFE" input.
(See Figure 4 in that manual.)
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Yes just use the Red LFE connector. No point in using a y-splitter. Using one may target the Low pass filter and you don't want that.
EDIT: I now see that your sub has a LFE switch. Make sure you use that

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