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1D. REAR CT SP (Rear Center Speaker Mode)
By adding a Rear Center speaker to your speaker configuration, the DSP-AX1 can provide more realistic front-to-back and back-to-front
transitions. The initial setting is "LRG".
Select the "LRG" setting if you have a large Rear Center speaker. The entire range of Rear Center channel signals is
sent to the Rear Center speakers.
Select the "SML" (small) setting if you have a small Rear Center speaker. Rear Center channel low frequency signals
of 90 Hz and below are distributed to speakers selected with the 1E. LFE/BASS OUT item.
Select the "NONE" setting if you do not have a Rear Center speaker.
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1E. LFE/BASS OUT (Bass Out Mode)
LFE signals carry low frequency effects when this unit decodes DTS or Dolby Digital signals. Low frequency signals are defined as 90
Hz and below. The initial setting is "BOTH".
Select the "SW" (Subwoofer) setting if you use a Subwoofer. The LFE signals are directed to the Subwoofer.
Select the "MAIN" setting if you do not use a Subwoofer. The LFE signals are directed to the Main speakers.
Select the "BOTH" setting if you use a Subwoofer and you want to mix the Main channel low frequency sound signals
with the LFE signals.
Subwoofer
Note:
• The low frequency signals of 90Hz and below from all Main, Center, Rear and Rear Center channels are directed to the LFE channel when you
select the small speaker setting in items 1A, 1B, 1C and 1D.
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SET MENU Items
Small
Main
None
Both

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