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Pioneer 519v with klipsch quintets and synergy sub10 woofer. help with settings

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Old 12-03-2009, 07:48 PM   #1  
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Default Pioneer 519v with klipsch quintets and synergy sub10 woofer. help with settings

what do i have the sub set it for level and fz and just everything... usually i just plug it in and leave it but what else can i do and what do i set everything at??
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Set all speakers to "small" and x-over at just over the lowest frequency of your speakers. In your case 120Hz. This way anything lower than 120Hz will go to the LFE (sub). Pioneer receivers only allows you to set the crossover for all speakers, not individually.
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well i only have 100 150 and 200 that are around the 120 i mean i also have like 40 60 80. and what do i have the sub at? on the cross over on the back of the sub is that all the way to the highest number ?? like 200 or something?
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Set the crossover point in the reciever at 150. Then, on the back of your sub, set the crossover at 200. You should be fine with this.
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