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View Poll Results: Where do you set your sub crossover at on your Reciever
120 Hz 7 3.66%
100 Hz 18 9.42%
80 Hz 128 67.02%
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Old March 16th, 2005, 6:47 PM
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Where do you set your crossover at, on your reciever?

Where do you set your crossover at?

I just wanted to see if any of you guys experimented with the crossover setting on your "Reciever" for your sub and where do you leave it at....

I normally leave mine on 80hz but noticed on some movies it seems to give slightly more and better bass at 100hz...I guess I will use the 100hz for movies and 80hz for music but wanted to see what everyone else was setting theres on...

Also list what sub you have...I have a VTF3-MKII

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