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    what are the proper settings for the 'phase' and 'power' switches on this model? the manual doesn't mention them

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    If your sub is on the same side of your room as your front L & R speakers then set your phase switch at 0 degrees. Your power switch should be set to Auto so the sub cuts in when called for. It can also be set to ON if you want to keep it fired up all the time, although it will still only output sound when the signal needs a sub response.
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