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Old 09-19-2009, 06:10 PM   #46  
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Actually, when bass management is performed by the processor in a multichannel system with a powered sub, I believe it IS the only proper way. From UltimateAV Magazine's primers on bass management:

http://www.ultimateavmag.com/howto/805bass/
There is usually always more than one way to accomplish a proper sound goal but I will argue this point no more. Thanks for your added info.
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Old 09-19-2009, 06:20 PM   #47  
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There is usually always more than one way to accomplish a proper sound goal but I will argue this point no more. Thanks for your added info.
But not for the OP You're advise was incorrect.....let's move on
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There is usually always more than one way to accomplish a proper sound goal but I will argue this point no more. Thanks for your added info.
Unfortunately, argue seems to be the operative word. You have yet to offer anything beyond somewhat grandioise pronouncements supported only by your claim of expertise as a professional installer. A little actual information would have added to this thread.

You are correct that there is often more than one way to achieve a goal. But, of course, that doesn't mean the approach you are recommending here is proper.
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Unfortunately, argue seems to be the operative word. You have yet to offer anything beyond somewhat grandioise pronouncements supported only by your claim of expertise as a professional installer. A little actual information would have added to this thread.

You are correct that there is often more than one way to achieve a goal. But, of course, that doesn't mean the approach you are recommending here is proper.
And it doesn't mean it isn't either.
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But not for the OP You're advise was incorrect.....let's move on
Yes, please do move along, little boy...
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Old 09-19-2009, 06:45 PM   #51  
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And it doesn't mean it isn't either.
True. That conclusion is based on science, CE manufacturers, and genuine audio professionals.
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Old 09-19-2009, 07:17 PM   #52  
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True. That conclusion is based on science, CE manufacturers, and genuine audio professionals.
That's the problem, he can't back up his false information on setting up this sub. I don't believe he has ever heard or tested this sub. I think it's someone behind the computer pretending to be someone he is not. This is HT 101 on how to set up a powered subwoofer with an AVR handling bass management. If he would post this on any other forum he will get the same results. This comes from someone who calls himself a professional but can't handle being proven wrong. And I'm the little boy The bottom line is you are INCORRECT.
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That's the problem, he can't back up his false information on setting up this sub. I don't believe he has ever heard or tested this sub. I think it's someone behind the computer pretending to be someone he is not. This is HT 101 on how to set up a powered subwoofer with an AVR handling bass management. If he would post this on any other forum he will get the same results. This comes from someone who calls himself a professional but can't handle being proven wrong. And I'm the little boy The bottom line is you are INCORRECT.
Quit with all of this childish prattle. If you don't understand, too bad. I will not give you a lesson in audio engineering as it is not you that asked the question. I answered it with correct information whether you believe it to be so or not.

Yes you are acting childish telling others they are wrong when in fact you don''t know if it is correct or not, and it is.

This seems to be one of your favorite things to do, at least in this thread. Your opinion has been noted so move along now...
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Quit with all of this childish prattle. If you don't understand, too bad. I will not give you a lesson in audio engineering as it is not you that asked the question. I answered it with correct information whether you believe it to be so or not.

Yes you are acting childish telling others they are wrong when in fact you don''t know if it is correct or not, and it is.

This seems to be one of your favorite things to do, at least in this thread. Your opinion has been noted so move along now...
There you go again, tip toeing around the question at hand when asked to back up you're research as to why the the OP should set his subs crossover to 80Hz, which by the way is still INCORRECT. A real man can admit when he is wrong and that brings us to you. And yes, I do know it's the correct way that I and BIslander have giving and you just can't admit it. Now who's the real child here that can't handle the truth.

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there you go again, tip toeing around the question at hand when asked to back up you're research as to why the the op should set his subs crossover to 80hz, which by the way is still incorrect. A real man can admit when he is wrong and that brings us to you. And yes, i do know it's the correct way that i and bislander have giving and you just can't admit it. Now who's the real child here that can't handle the truth.
It amazes me how ignorant you are. Go away.
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It amazes me how ignorant you are. Go away.
And it amazes me you call yourself a professional One who can't backup his claim, which has been proving wrong by even the sub manufacture

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hello all on my infinity sub should I have the lfe switch to off or normal ? and theres also another switch for phase, and the settings are either 0 or 180 what should I have that set to? I am not even sure what these two switches do can someone pls explain it to me thanks everyone.
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hello all on my infinity sub should I have the lfe switch to off or normal ? and theres also another switch for phase, and the settings are either 0 or 180 what should I have that set to? I am not even sure what these two switches do can someone pls explain it to me thanks everyone.
Have you read the manual? It's less than 10 pages.

Here's an earlier post in this thread that answers one of your questions:

http://www.highdefforum.com/938858-post37.html
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well I am officially a space cadet! thanks for answering my question twice. I have so many questions about home theater I am finding myself all over the place.
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