I have been trying to do some research on how to best setup my configuration but a lot of this info is going over my head so I figured I would just ask if someone could help me with the correct settings.
The main issue I am having right now is that the subwoofer is not putting out any volume at all really, and I am not sure what to do with all the frequency information or what size I should make my 8's.
I have: XMC-1
2 Stealth 8's in FR/FL connected via XLR Frequency Response: 30 Hz to 23 kHz + / -1.75 dB 28 Hz to 32 kHz +0 / -6 dB
2 Airmotiv 6's in SR/SL connected via XLR Frequency Response: 43 Hz to 23 kHz +/- 1.7 dB 40 Hz to 26 kHz +0 / -6 dB
1 Center channel Martin Logan Motif X Frequency Response: 73–20,000 Hz ±3dB
1 definitive supercube III subwoofer connected via LFE Frequency Response: 16Hz – 200Hz Low-Level High Pass: 40Hz – 150Hz (variable) 12dB per octave Speaker Level High Pass: 80 Hz (6 dB per octave) Low Level Low Pass Filter: 24dB/octave continuously adjustable variable (40 – 150 Hz) plus Unfiltered LFE direct coupled input. Phase Control: 0 degrees – 180 degrees (continuously variable)
Post by macromicroman on Dec 25, 2016 10:21:03 GMT -5
I would do what bluemeanies says. Try setting your speakers to small and the crossover at 80Hz and see what that gets you.
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Not familiar with any of your equipment, however base on what I know I would set the size to small and setting for subwoofer to LFE
Thanks, I set them to small, is there a specific settings to change the sub to LFE? I have the sub plugged into the left LFE channel and if I crank the volume all the way up on the xmc and the sub itself I can hear it slightly rumbling but I have to be right next to it (no other speakers on at this point)