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I'm a newb, so any help is appreciated.

 

Just set this all up with my Onkyo HT-RC360.   I ran the Audyssey setup and it set all the crossovers at 40hz.

 

Does this should correct ?

 

I wasn't sure what to do with the sub.   I have the filter all the way over to 120hz and the gain in the middle.

 

Also I hooked both the LEFT/LFE and the RIGHT line in's from the sub to the two SUB pre-outs.   Not sure if that is correct or not. IT works either way but with both connected it just seems to be louder.

 

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I would rather see the crossover set to 80hz for all the speakers. But if you can change crossover per speaker I would think 60hz for the 4.2&1.2 would work


You only need the subwoofer to to hook up to one of the pre-outs and the LFE in the subwoofer.
 

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Originally Posted by crazyrob425  /t/1524704/help-with-crossover-settings-kg-4-2-kg-1-2-kv-3-sub-10#post_24541492


I would rather see the crossover set to 80hz for all the speakers. But if you can change crossover per speaker I would think 60hz for the 4.2&1.2 would work


You only need the subwoofer to to hook up to one of the pre-outs and the LFE in the subwoofer.
Thanks yeah I have that option.   I went back in and set the center to 80hz and the surround to 60hz.   However I noticed that the Onkyo setup is saying that for tower speakers to set to Full-Band.   Should I do that?  Or run with the 60hz you had said ?
 

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Originally Posted by vinniemeatball  /t/1524704/help-with-crossover-settings-kg-4-2-kg-1-2-kv-3-sub-10#post_24541554


Thanks yeah I have that option.   I went back in and set the center to 80hz and the surround to 60hz.   However I noticed that the Onkyo setup is saying that for tower speakers to set to Full-Band.   Should I do that?  Or run with the 60hz you had said ?
I would just run them with a 40-60hz crossover (whatever sounds best to your ears). I would lean towards 60hz personally
 
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