I have read on the Def Tech thread that the manual for the speakers says to set them to large, but that is without a subwoofer. Everyone says to set them to small. it doesn't inhibit them. That how I have my Def Tech towers and it sounds great. And 80Hz is the usual crossover although you can try 60Hz and compare.2.1 setup problem
I have a pair of klipsch tower rp-280fa and a klipsch Sup. Trying to run speakers large but when I do it cuts my subwoofer off. Should I not run the towers at large? I have sub on and crossover set at 80hz from receiver.
FYI, firmware update on 23sep20 available.I was using Hificast app to stream hi-res music to built-in Chromecast and it was working fine. Recently I found that Chromecast is shown as offline. Goggle home does not see it either. However, DLNA renderer still works and I am able to stream music to it. Not a big deal probably as it works fine as well (except I can't join it into any group anymore), but it's rather strange. Could anyone please confirm if you still can see your receiver's Chromecast?