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    Question Setup advice

    Heres my setup.
    Denon 1802 Rcvr (75 x 5)
    polk rti100
    cs245
    rt25
    psw 120
    Single income family man, now you understand why it takes me longer to acquire this fun stuff. :) Just got the RTi100's at Frys for 398 pair.
    Now, I have my rcvr. to sub out using the monster cable, and the bass mgnmt is set to sub and fronts(set to large). I have tried it both ways, and i like it better with it set this way because I think the rti100's can handle it? Of course center and rears are set to small.
    I know the PSW 120 is kind of small for what I have now, but when I started the rt25's were the fronts.

    Any advice/help is appreciated. Thanks.

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    Sounds to me like you've got things under control. If you ever purchase a more powerful subwoofer, you might want to consider selling your mains for RT 800's, and then you can set those to small as well; that will take an easier toll on your receiver, and therefore make your speaks more dynamic on the whole.

    Cripes, I'm wasted, someone do the guy some justice. I wouldn't have responded but someone had to, you know?

    Two Channel Setup:

    Speakers: Wharfedale Opus 2-3
    Integrated Amp: Jolida JD1502
    CD Player: Jolida JD200
    DAC for Computer Music: Peachtree Dac it x
    Turntable: Rega P5 - TT-PSU
    Cartridge: Clearaudio Aurum Beta Wood
    Phono Preamp: Musical Surroundings Phonomena II

    3.2 Home Theater Setup:

    Fronts: Polk LSiM 703s
    Center: Polk LSiM 703
    Subs: SVS PB 12 NSD X 2
    AVR: Yamaha Aventage RX-A2030
    Blu Ray: Sony BDP-S790

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    Thanks for the response. I went back to running them large and using just the sub for bass management. Its hard to tell a differnce, but when I run the sub out to the mains, its a little more boomy and i didnt liek it.

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    Welcome to Club Polk Jeff.

    I agree that the RTi100's can handle the bass, if the amp can dish out the watts.
    I just finished college and it takes me awhile to aquire equipment aswell.

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