Common setup is speakers set to small crossover set at 80 and [email protected] If you run pure direct for music which I do with my towers most of the time it runs them full range and shuts audyssey off and any corrections and sub. Setting speakers to small let's you change crossover settings. Audyssey after calibration has my towers and center set at 40 and surrounds at 60 which is fine but I like the sub to handle more of the low end. It's more of a personal preference as long as you stay in your speaker specs. My heights I run at 100hz and my front stage and surrounds all at 80hz.I've had my X3600H for a few weeks now. I am confused about the Audessy setup and setting the speaker size to "small" so that my subs are used for stereo music and TV audio. I have a 5.2 speaker setup with GoldenEar Triton 7's, SuperCenter X, Invisa 525 surrounds and two ForceField 3 subs.
Audessy sets the speakers to Large because of the full range capability of the Tritons, however the setup guide at the beginning of this thread (and virtually all advice I see) says they should be set to Small. The only way I see to do that is in Manual Setup, which I think overrides the Audessy settings.
If I rerun the Audessy setup after manually setting the speakers to small, will this keep the crossovers so that the subs are on more and not just for LFE on movies?
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