I'm new to this forum, and this is my first post. Sorry if it's been answered elsewhere, but I couldn't find what I was looking for.
I have an older AV Receiver, which does have a, "sub-woofer out", which I've used in our HT setup. But, and here's the question I'm seeking an answer to: Musically, since music, and not movies, is what I mainly listen to, would it be better to connect the subwoofer to the receiver's speaker level outs, and the front L/R speakers to the sub-woofers speaker level L/R outs?
My older AV Receiver does not have the ability to select a low pass crossover frequency, only whether the front speakers are large, or small. And since I will be receiving the, Polk DSW PRO 400wi, next week, I'm curious as to the limitations of being able to set the correct cross-over to the L/R fronts, which are smaller satellite speakers. I understand that the 400wi manual says that the cross-over knob is useless if I connect it to the receiver's sub-woofer/LFE out.
Any ideas will be greatly appreciated! :)