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I have a KLH ASW10-125C Subwoofer and a Harman Kardon AVR 3600 receiver. What should the setting be for volume, phase and crossover frequency?

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volume - personal taste - usually just high enough that you notice the bass - try turning down until you don't notice it then turn up one notch in the switch

phase - depends on distance from other speakers - try initially setting to 0 degrees

cross-over frequency - depends on your other speakers - try setting at 60-100Hz

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