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Old March 28th, 2009, 6:52 PM
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Originally Posted by bluextatic View Post
When I set up my system, I used my receiver's set-up program and it came up with some strange settings. It had my sub as a 10 inch, and it also had most of my speakers set to large, and the distances set all wrong. I went through the setup program manually after that and changed everything to what I thought would sound right, with the help of the manual. I of course bypassed my sub's crossover, and changed all the speakers settings to small and set the crossover to 80hz. It now sounds pretty darn good. When I compare the settings between the manual settings that I put in and the receivers settings using the microphone and set up program, they sound pretty close. I was shocked. Go figure.

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At least they sounded comparable! Sometimes the manual settings will end up sounding much better than the auto settings
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