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Randy,One of the settings that can also be adjusted is the input impedance on the crossover. What amp are you using, what is the input impedance and what did the dealer set it to? It is ok to go one step up or down if you can't set it to match the input impedance exactly. This will result in a change in the overall bass level. I would wait a couple months until the speakers are broken in and you have become completely familiar with the sound. At that point you can consider experimenting.
Guys, you have to be careful in the adjustments, as moving the switch settings up or down one setting should NOT be done on the Quatro through the 7's. On the 2wq and any speaker this is fine, but the Quatro, Five and Seven, UP is OK, but DOWN is NOT a good idea and as it raises distortion.Recap, UP is ok, Down is not for the Quatro through 7's.
Not true or accurate.I have absolutely and safely used a lower impedance setting with my 5A's.The user manual says using the lower impedance is acceptable.George
Guys, the manual says that if you fall between, go to the lower setting. This is correct, but don't go below that setting. If someone goes below THAT setting, you will probably incur expensive mid-bass damage. I promise you that I am getting this info from a source who knows and has seen the damage.
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