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Wharfdale moviestar 70 speekers and sub

I have 2 rear, 2 front, one centre front and a powered sub (moviestar 70).
I am not getting much out of the sub especially for music, dosent sound too bad for movies but still somthing is not quite right. I have a single cable ronning from the top corner plug (INPUT) going from my yamaha rxv450 amp SUB OUTPUT.
The sub is working but not very strong like I think it should be????
Anyone know how / where to get a user manual for these speakers, thanks.
Can anyone help me on this issue.
Thanks so much.

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I have the same moviestars 70+ plus a yamaha rx-v750 put the crossover on the sub to maximum (left knob) volume (right knob) about 2/3 clockwise. change the crossover on the yamaha to anywhere from 80-120 ( the 120 will put more bass to the sub) if your yamaha has sub level/volume control set it higher, also if it has LFE/sub out set it to sub only.
Good luck!

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