Okay, I've just picked up a set of RT3000P's this week, and I'm still experimenting with getting the best sound out of them. It's mainly the subs I'm concerned with as the bookshelves/satellites sound great. I'd like your input on what sub wiring setups you've found work best, despite what the unwritten rules state to do.
So earlier, I had the subs routed through the LFE, and the bookshelves bi-amped. I was getting a very monotone, not very diverse bass response from the subs. I've just re-wired the setup, running speaker wire to the subs, then back out to the high-end on the bookshelves, while leaving the low-end to be driven through bi-amping.
Now the subs seem louder, I'm getting more tonal range (probably from turning of the AVR x-over and using the subs), and while I know low frequencies are mostly non-directional, I've got stereo subs. The sound is just much more diverse than "the proper way" of using the LFE input. Personally, I believe if you have one sub, then go ahead and run the LFE channel, but with two...especially subs that are "tied" to the speakers like the RT3000p, there is a definite benefit to separating the channels.
So how do you run your subs? Any tips for me? What are your personal findings when experimenting?