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Old April 18th, 2014, 4:57 PM
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First HSU STF-2, some questions

Hi Everyone,

I heard good things about the STF-2 and recently pulled the trigger and one will be shipped to me Monday up to Canada :P

I just have a few questions.

This sub will be paired with a Denon AVR-X2000 and I have heard some conflicting reports. From what I understand to hook up the sub all I would need to do is use a RCA or Subwoofer interconnect plugged into my pre-out subwoofer on the reciever and sub in on the subwoofer?

Also the Denon has Audyssey multeq xt, from what I have heard this room calibration may have issues with setting up the subwoofer properly. Is there something I should do on the sub in order to make sure Audyssey calibrates it properly?

Very excited to to try out the STF-2 for the first time!
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Old April 21st, 2014, 11:04 AM
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The "Welcome to the Audyssey FAQ and 'Audyssey 101'!" thread has a lot of good info:

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