Would like to get some feedback on how my FLR speakers should be setup in RP (e.g. Size, Crossover, Natural Roll-off, gain, etc.). Speaker info:
Front L/R Specs:
Frequency Response : (@ 15° horizontally off axis ± 3dB) 45Hz - 60kHz Crossover Frequencies : 400Hz, 2.3kHz Amplifier Requirements : 50 - 300W Sensitivity : (2.83V / 1m) 90dB Maximum Output : 115dB Impedance : 8Ω (3.2Ω min ) Bass Extension : 35Hz (-6dB)
Frequency Response : (@ 15° horizontally off axis ± 3dB) 65Hz - 60kHz Crossover Frequencies : 400Hz, 2.3kHz Amplifier Requirements : 50 - 200W Sensitivity : (2.83V / 1m) 89dB Maximum Output : 113dB Impedance : 8Ω (3.2Ω min) Bass Extension : 50Hz (-6dB)
The LF area of each L and R speaker can be physically adjusted by 2dB and the HF area can be adjusted +.75, 0, -.75,-1.5. Assume I should leave everything on the physical speaker in the flat (0) position and not use this capability.
The Center channel speaker can also be physically adjusted for LF: flat or a -3dB dip at 300Hz, HF: Flat or +.75dB (2Hz-20Khz). Again, assume leave everything at 0/Flat….
The L/R speakers are at the side walls (flanking screen). Two JL Audio subs next to each LR speaker. Subs defined as L/R which covers also LFE. The front speaker is in a cabinet, but nothing is in between the speaker and listening position. Today I have these defined as LR: Custom, Bass cutoff:63, Gain:0, Yes on use natural roll-off, C: Custom, Bass cutoff, 80, Use natural roll-off YES, Sub L (and R): Speaker size: 125Hz, Gain 0
Appreciate any feedback! Thanks. SJ