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I have klipsch reference speakers in 7.1 system, I have a pioneer 92 txh, currently i have been experimenting with sub placement. I have tried the trick where you put sub in listening position and walk around room and i didnt find good results my gut tells me to put in corner I have tried 4' inches from back and side and found pretty good results. I think i will put it 3" inches from back and side. My gain control is in the third notch position because if it is any higher the pionner doesnt accept it in calibration. i think im on right path. does anybody have any insight for me?

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Make shure your crossover on the amp is set at 80hz. If closer to side walls you will get more response but may be muddy. Make sure it goes low enough to comliment the klipchs.
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