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With subs you have 3 controls:- volume- xover frequency- slope of xoverTypically you can't control #3 so you work with the first two. If it's a high-quality sub and you have extra speaker cable, you can run high-level into the sub. That uses the internal xover which will in theory do #3 properly.However, I was always concerned about sound degradation so never did that. I always used the low-level sub out (which is why we put it in the amp).
With your floor-standing Alnicos, I would expect that number to be around 50hz actually.
the other is Dolby DTS, or something. The latter is the one that I have it set to because it allows me to use the built in crossover adjustment.
The only sure fire way to not screw it up is to ask your subwoofer vendor!But I would play a signal so it's off stand-by and test with lowest setting - 4 ohm is fine.There's often a music icon which will result in a chirp if no resistance.
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