Question about Yamaha HTR-5840 Receiver
The system has many settings for center speaker eq. looking for a good setting to start from any ideas. do want to keep playing settings just would like a good starting point.. suggestion
There are many settings 1.distance (This is the distance between you and the speakers) if your sitting say 6 ft away then you set it to 6 and so on (all front speakers should be lined up the same distance from you) The rear speakers are set up the same way (distance from where you are sitting) then 2. small and large (always pick large for best sounf)3.Tone (this is more a matter of choice) play around a bit with it! the sub should be at least one foot from the wall for best sound! I keep my center chanek a little lower then the other channels for best sound !
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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