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    Default Crossover settings

    I just wanted to confirm I have the correct crossover settings on my receiver. I have an Onkyo TX-SR308, SF5000 Sony tower front speakers, FR is 45hz-50khz, YSW215 Yamaha sub, 20hz-200hz, Polk FX wireless surround, 48hz-50khz. I haven't upgraded my centers speaker yet, but it is very small and I don't know the FR. I have my sub crossover set all the way up, and my receiver has the crossover set at 80hz. Does this sound reasonable?
    Thanks to all you experts.

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    Yes, if the sub has no LFE in to allow you to bypass the internal crossover, then you should set the crossover to the highest available crossover point.
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    You should set the crossovers for all of your speakers to 80Hz, and the LPF of LFE control to 120Hz if it has one.

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