Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Hello: Can you help me?
I have 2 "Q series KEF IQ9" speakers and the Model "PSW 3500 Subwoofer".
My receiver is a JVC RX-5000VBK which has a subwoofer output. When connected it sends (unknown) bass frequencies to the subwoofer without affecting frequencies to the 2 main speakers. There is no crossover setting and according to JVC all frequencies are being sent to the IQ 9's.
I'd like to know how to set the crossover frequency on the subwoofer.
Since the IQ9"s go down to 38 Hz and the Sub's crossover frequency seems to start at 40 Hz should I just not set the crossover at all (?) or would setting it at the first or second LED light-I believe 50hz-- or-- 60hz allow for a smoother transition?
(My other settings on the sub are "music" " slope 24b" " low pass" )
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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You have it upon one of several truly odd "standards" in the AV industry but the answer is simple if not quite logical. You will use an RCA type cable from the Sub out or LFE on the receiver to just one of the two inputs on the subwoofer. I usually use the one on the right but it really doesn't matter. The other connectors would be for a system with out a sub out where the speaker wire would be run first to the subwoofer and then out to the speakers. This will not be used at all in your case.
Posted on Feb 27, 2009
SOURCE: Hi! I have purchased a
The TX has speaker setup and test tones for setting the balance and distance with test tones and proving the hardware works. If that all works the difference is probably external or settings.
What is different between the music source(s) audio and the HD movie source(s) audio? Ask yourself, how would a sub make high frequencies go missing? It can't.
Your other speakers are responsible for conveying the high frequencies.
Posted on Sep 08, 2011
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