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post #1 of 13 Old 05-14-13, 08:47 PM Thread Starter
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Teach me about speaker hertz.

I got a 5.1 system aperion fronts center and rears besides my valadyne sub. I ran My Odyssey and my fronts went to 40hertz rears went to 60hertz. And my center went 60hertz its that good or bad? Oh forgot I got the 809 onkyo

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post #2 of 13 Old 05-15-13, 01:25 AM
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Re: Teach me about speaker hertz.

Sounds like a reasonable setup, 40 Hz for mains is very acceptable . Do you have a sub to complement the other speakers?

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Yes I got the velodyne dls 3750r. Fronts are the intimus 4t. Backs are intimus 4b and the verus forte center channel.

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Re: Teach me about speaker hertz.

So you have to main speakers set to small or large?
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Re: Teach me about speaker hertz.

Agreed, any speakers the go down to 60Hz or lower are good. As the Onkyo dose not have "small" or "large" speaker setting it has actual crossover settings so setting them to 80Hz is still the best if you have a good sub.

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I stand corrected...
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My 809 don't have that feture it has bi-amp only

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Having small or large setting is that a bad thing my 809 don't have it ?

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Re: Teach me about speaker hertz.

No, having incremental adjustments is ideal so your good to go. I would run the audyssey room correction (with the mic) first before adjusting anything.

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Panasonic PT-AE8000 on a 120" 2,35:1 fixed screen

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So if I put all the spekers to 80hertz would I get more low frequency afects "bass" from my valodyne.

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