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Mordaunt Short Avant 309i subwoofer set-up

I suspect that this is not a simple answer but before I purchase I'd like to know the facts My home cinema system uses 2 MS 903i rear surrounds, 2 904i floorstanders and the 905i centre speaker. I love the speakers. I now want to add the MS 309i sub woofer which I am assuming should fit seamlessly. However unlike the speakers the sub has to be configured, using the various different settings. 1. Volume 2. Notch filter 3. Frequency 4. Phase In simple terms - how do I do it?

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  • Dave Sands Jun 23, 2007

    Good to know crosover frequency. Thanks
    Thanks for link too.

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Lots of ways. To set it up properly you will need a decibel meter, Radio Shack makes a nice one. With the meter volume can easily be set as well as phase. I'm assuming frequency is the crossover frequency, generally set at 80Hz. This one involves some trial and error as I am not familiar with your speakers. Don't know much about the notch filter. A good resource for setting up subs can be found at: http://www.hometheatershack.com/forums/bfd-rew-forum/index3.html

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