Adjust the sub's High Pass switch in the desired position, depending on the panels of
your choice. (see Table 2) Although the right position for the switch depends on the
panels, the placement and the room's acoustic behavior, the table's values are a
reasonable starting point.
Set the sub's Mid Bass Equalizer switch in position 1 (as a starting point). The right
position of this switch depends on the panel, the room's acoustic damping and the
placement of the panels. Listen carefully with discriminating records (such as a piano-
recording) for a seamless transition between the subwoofer and the panels. Switch
back and forward between the other positions of the switch. The Mid Bass Equalizer
corrects room and place induced problems in the transition area between the
subwoofer and the panels. If the sound has too much energy in the mid bass/low mid
area, try switch position 2 or 3.
After adjusting the Mid Bass Equalizer and the High Pass Switch, play some familiar
music again and try to evaluate the results. It's also possible to adjust the High Pass
switch if the cross over area between the subwoofer and the panels is too prominent
during listening. Always switch to a higher number if the energy in the cross over
region is too high.
After adjusting both equalizers, it might be necessary to re-adjust the balance
between the subwoofer and the panels, using the subwoofer's Level Control.
Note that you may need to try more than one location for the subwoofer to reach
Recommended Settings for High Pass Switch & Crossover (low pass control)
Crossover setting: 150Hz
High pass switch
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