Originally Posted by prepa
Have been reading forum for long time and now posting first time.
Decided to move from soundbar to proper speakers setup so recently I got pair of KEF Q350 speaker and yesterday I received sub SVS PB-1000.
I'm using DENON AVR-X2500H to connect everything.
Sub is connected to no 1 sub-woofer on AVR with RCA cable to LFE conection on sub.
Low pass filter to LFE.
Phase control to 0 degrees.
Gain to between at 12 o’clock
Run Audissey and got some results where speakers were set to large and sub level is set on -6,5 Hz
Manually changed speakers to small
Set crossover to 80hz
LPA to LFE set to 120 Hz - default
Subwoofer mode set to LFE
With all adjustments I'm not getting almost any bass... Can it be faulty unit or I can change some settings ,that I did not find in forum previous discussions, in AVR to make it work.
Sub crawl is impossible to do since lack of space and sub has to be in fixed position near tv so OK I will not get optimal sub sound but I should get at least some of thump from that PB 1000. Room size iz 5.5 x 4.5 meters.
I have a Denon 4300 & recently added a pb1000. This was the instructions from SVS. It made a huge difference.
Lets start with the subwoofer:
Set the Volume to 2 pm.
Set the Low Pass Filter to LFE (all the way to the right)
Set the Phase to 0 (all the way to the left)
On the Receiver please go into manual settings and make the following setting changes as needed:
Set all speakers to small.
Set the level of your subwoofer to -5 dB
Set the crossover for all your speakers to 80 Hz
Let the LPF to LFE and LFE to 120 Hz (in the bass menu)
In the audio menu, locate Auddyssey and make sure Dynamic EQ is on with a Reference level of 0 and Dynamic Volume is off.