OK, basic question here that I have asked different people and read different things on the topic.
I've got the RM6700 system speaker package mated with a PSW404 sub. I've wired the sub per Polk's "recommended method" (speaker level into the sub then connect the front sats to the sub. Front set to "Large" and sub to "Off") On the back of the 404, there is a high pass X-Over switch labeled 80Hz and Full Range. Now I know what the function of the switch is for, however I'm confused as to where to set it because I can swear the manual says to put it on 80Hz with the RM series of speakers, I read somewhere on the 'net to put it in the Full Range position, and Polk Cust Service told me "it doesn't make a difference" which just TOTALLY confused me. The though here I guess is that the sats that come with the RM6700 series have an internal X-Over set at 150Hz so setting the switch to 80Hz won't do squat and running at Full Range removes an extra level of filtering.
Can anyone give me some good guidance here. It's hard to tweak a system if you don't have the basic hook up just right.
Thanks for steering me away from "The Dark Side"