Thank you very much. Btw I read that I should just set-up the Low Pass at max. Are you saying to set all of the speakers to 80Hz? Welcome to the forum HouseintheWoods. Note: Your post will require moderator approval before it will be visible.
Raising the crossover to a higher frequency has the huge benefit of sending more content to the sub. For instance with the SR7 speakers, they have a frequency response of 80hz - 20khz. The only relevant crossover is between the speaker and the sub. Your IP: 220.127.116.11 2) Audyssey and the AVR processor is properly equipped to analyze, measure the main speaker's capabilities, and set appropriate crossovers. I don't have a tripod so I used the Onkyo box that the receiver came in for the couch. Type in your password using the remote. I have test and proved the 30Hz and 40Hz standing waves before. Again, it set mains to large upon changing them to small, the crossover was set at 40hz. That filter only applies to the separate LFE track found in 5.1 content. My question is what to set the crossover to for the Snell D7s, SR7s, and LCR7. Then the bass below the crossover frequency will be sent to the sub. Also, don't place the mic close to the back wall--try to keep it at least 18" from there even if that means it's forward of the main listening position. The whole point of measuring is to find the right settings. So, my situation appears to be that if I want to use the MultiEQ, then I need to leave the crossover set down to 40 hz where the auto setup detected it. Av amps default is 150hz. Thanks for the detail on the AVR's "sub crossover" - that was news to me. My subs are two Titanic 12's that I built powered by a Behringer EP-2500. With MultiEQ ON, bass was getting a bit boomy even at 60hz, and any crossovers higher than 80hz were completely unbearable. I guess I could get a tripod, but I'm not sure if it would sit anymore flat/level than the box did. Distance can be adjusted from 0.0 cm (0 in.) Then, if you wish, you can use future spare time for experimenting with your phase setting! MultEQ does not set crossovers. With MultiEQ OFF, the sound remains consistent even with a crossover setting quite high; for example at 150 hz crossover, the sub is unbearably overpowering with MultiEQ, but just fine and smooth without the MultiEQ. This characteristic allows you to increase the gain for the woofer only. Cloudflare Ray ID: 5ebf711fbd210069 The effect I'm getting is something of a saturation in the 60-80Hz band where both the mains and sub are playing on that frequency. I would set the speakers to LARGE and then run wires from the speaker terminals to the high-level inputs on the subwoofer. I suggest that you set the main speakers to run full-range with no filtering, which means just turn all receiver speaker management features OFF!! Dear Chris ,gone through your comments to other members impressed by your explanation. I wrote much more on this topic here: http://www.audyssey.com/blog/2009/05/small-vs-large/. What sub do you have, and where is it positioned? Crossovers only exist in AVRs. Thank you. It must be looking at some other criterias than the roll off point, or? Display as a link instead, × Like I said I'm new to the Audyssey brand, and maybe I didn't do the set up correctly. If you turn the level up from what MultEQ found you will be above the required reference. Don't go to low it will make all your speakers work harder and also make your Onkyo work harder. Ok, I have done some more experiments with interesting results. Alternatively, you can manually select 80 Hz in the AVR after MultEQ is finished. My back speaker are on stands and can be moved up to the couch or back two feet against the wall if this info helps? That means that bass will not be redirected to the sub. Just change any Large speaker to Small after the calibration is finished.
Watch the phasing though; make sure the + speaker terminal goes to the same subwoofer input terminal on both channels. It's very likely that when you take the measurements in one position, there is a big peak in the response there that rolls off around 40 Hz. The settings on these receivers are nothing but trouble IMO. The result is major volume spikes when watching action movies and some types of music. It is always best to have the front of the speakers in front of anything nearby that can cause refections of the treble. No, there is no trouble. I will run audyssey tonight and inform you the result. Would it influence the crossover decision if the speakers produced overall more bass below 150 to take the fight and correct the dip? Right...the receiver is Onkyo Tx-Sr 508 (Brand and model of the sub and speakers already mentioned). Only crossover I have is in av for sub. Your thoughts? Your speakers are correctly set to "Small" and the bass below the crossover frequency is redirected to the sub. After running the auto setup, my mains, Sonus Faber Concertos, were set to FullRange and the center Concerto was set to 40hz crossover. I will have to experiment with my own ears in my own room to come to conclusions with my set-up. I change my sub av crossover from 150hz to 80hz as it was too much at 150hz. You can set a crossover for the other speakers (C and Surr). The main speakers are rated to go down to 38 hz, which probably means they are 3db down at around 45 Hz, so 50 Hz more or less should be the best sub filter setting. Please change the LFE LPF (low pass filter) to 120 Hz.
This guide will give you the tools and knowledge you need to create the setup at home you've always wanted with the Onkyo TX-NR676, bringing your movie and television experience to the next level. Thanks. So I need to set the speakers on the receiver to "Large" (that way they run full-range), and work the settings on the sub. What are the implications of raising it up a notch (to 60Hz or THX reference 80Hz)? Shutting off MultiEQ fixes the problem, and alternatively leaving MultiEQ on but setting the crossover to 60hz fixes the problem.
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