Strange thing I noticed the other day, the AVR has the LPF set to 120hz, so I set the bypass switch on the sub. When I flip that switch to use the sub's internal filter, which is set to 120hz as well, more bass is produced. Should be the same I'm thinking?
Also, in 2.1 Stereo mode, the bass volume is a lot lower than in All Channel Stereo.
Wondering if there is something wrong with my AVR....
My sub is a Velodyne VA-1215XII.
Edit: Nevermind, plugged in my 2nd Velodyne, same settings, switch the bypass/internal x-over switch on the sub, no difference in volume. So it seems the issue is in the bypass switch on my 1st sub.
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Last edited by mobileES; 07-30-2019 at 09:00 PM.