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    Default Crossover frequency

    need help with my Crossover frequency for my Rm85 speakers Right now my front is 120hz center is 120hz and my sorround is 150hz im using a STR-DH710

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    What are you needing help with? Are you using a sub? All speakers set to "small"? If so, those numbers look about right to me.
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    If I have 2 TsI 400s and a csi5 for center with a pair of rear random speakers. What frequency should I be using . I have no sub at the moment.

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    If you're not running a sub, the question of crossover frequency is kind of moot, no?
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    I'm a real noob at all this. The last time I purchased surround sound system it came in a box and just plugged and play, haha. I'm going to guess it doesn't matter right? However, my Denon Receiver ask what frequency i would like my center and front channel speakers at. Any idea why?

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    Turn your speaker settings to large instead of small, and make sure you set the subwoofer to "no" or none. You don't have to worry about crossovers untill you add a subwoofer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oleon621 View Post
    I'm a real noob at all this. The last time I purchased surround sound system it came in a box and just plugged and play, haha. I'm going to guess it doesn't matter right? However, my Denon Receiver ask what frequency i would like my center and front channel speakers at. Any idea why?
    Maybe your AVR "thinks" you have a subwoofer in your setup? Have you gone through the options and set it up so you DON'T have sub?
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    I do have it set to no subwoofer. I guess I"ll be ok until I purchase a sub. Thanks guys!

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    If you have them set to small with no sub, your missing out on alot. Make sure you set them to large to get the full frequency range.

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    I have them set to large. So I guess I'm ok for the moment. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oleon621 View Post
    I have them set to large. So I guess I'm ok for the moment. Thanks.
    Did you run the auto calibration? And as others have said, without the sub, set the speakers to large.
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    Unfortunately my receiver doesn't have that option. I have Entry level Denon AVR1513. I do have them set to large though.

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