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    Default polk audio rm85 mcacc sound settings

    what do you guys reccomment on setting my center and surrounds to when using the mcacc on my pioneer a/v receiver...small or large.....i been reading around and dont want to damage my speakers by doing something i dont know about any advice would be nice...thanks.

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    That MCACC program is a pretty good one and should be able to determine that setting for you. Whatever it chooses try it out and then switch over to the other one manually. See which one you like best and keep it there. I would imagine "Small" would be the most appropriate though since they are sattelite speakers. Good luck and welcome to Club Polk.

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