Originally Posted by jaromarcin
So I re-run Audyssey and those are the values which I got. Is that strange for you? I have like 2,5M to the subwoofer. The subwoofer distance was setup on 23feets and -11dB? I think something is wrong. What should I do now what is your recommendation? Subwoofer level adjustment was turn on before Audyssey and it stays the same is that ok or not? Should I try crossovers on 40hz it seems very low.
You can always manually adjust after the auto calibration, no?
You should really have your front/center crossover point to at least 80hz (some people put their center higher than their front L/R's). Surrounds tend to be set a little higher (90-120hz+ depending on the speaker, I think). LFE crossover for the subwoofer tends to be set at 120hz (and also turn the crossover knob on your subwoofer all the way to the max).
What is the volume level you've set on your sub? I don't think it applies when doing the calibration, but if you're not hearing anything, (and I don't mean this to be condescending) maybe that's why?
And also, as mentioned before, you might have to do what's known as the "sub crawl" to figure out the best positioning of your subwoofer - that could also be why the room calibration isn't really picking up your sub. Essentially, you place your subwoofer at your listening position (at ear level, too, I believe - at least that's what I did), go to your Denon's manual level calibration (I have no idea where that is since I don't have a Denon AVR, but it should be where you can manually adjust the dB level being output by the speaker), select the subwoofer, and literally crawl around the room until you find a spot where you are unable to localize where the sound is coming from.
This was all advice I received from people who are much more knowledgeable than myself.