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I spoke with Ed Mullen at SVS about this, and here are his thoughts:
“Hi Ryan –
I’m not a Fan Hâm mộ of running any speaker on full-range (Large/full-band), unless it’s truly a full-range tower (which is rare). There can be deep/loud bass (even down to 20 Hz or deeper) in any speaker channel – including the surrounds and center.
If the speaker channel in question is a large quasi-full-range tower with 8-10” bass drivers, I’ll usually choose 40 Hz. Otherwise I’ll choose 60 Hz for more typical 6.5” bass drivers. Smaller woofers (5-1/4” or smaller) are best at 80/100 Hz. You need to look at both extension and dynamic output capability and choose the crossover which best reflects both of those variables. If room correction programs have shortcomings, it’s that they focus too much on extension without regard to dynamic limits which can be exposed at higher playback levels with certain source material.
It’s more important to capture all the bass on the DVD and route it to the speakers/subwoofers which can best handle it, than to compromise dynamic output (and possibly damage a bass driver) by setting a speaker to Large/full-band simply because it has a marginally better looking REW response.”
I make a big deal about deference, and Ed Mullen is someone I defer to with confidence. If you are unfamiliar with him, he can be found on forums and on the SVS website giving excellent advice, and his opinion carries a great deal of weight.
A lot of what I know can be traced back to opinions and advice he has offered, and I still have a lot to learn.
The point about room EQ programs refers to dropping the crossovers too low, a problem I discuss a lot. I also think it’s worth adding that in the rare scenario where you do have true “full range” speakers, you’ll want more power, beyond a typical AVR like what I have. On an AVR like mine, setting it to Large is pointless.
So small is ideal 98% of the time. At least you can hear it for yourself, and if you are still “determined” to run your speakers Large you can at least get the bass back to your subs. Make it easier on your mains, AVR, and yourself, and go Small.
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Here is my setup at time of upload:
Amplifier, same as mine, but updated for 4k and dual subwoofers:
If you want to get better, I would recommend this unit as it has the better room EQ:
Discontinued versions like the 2100, 2000, 4000, and 4100 are good too, just lighter on features. I would avoid refurbished, as you can’t get a Square Trade warranty, which I HIGHLY recommend after both my TV and Máy tính xách tay both benefited from such warranties.
Front speakers (new model, they don’t make mine anymore):
I also recommend looking at these based on my experience so far:
And if you are into towers:
Center (New version) :
And a much better center:
LG 4K 3D Replaced previous Vizio with Square Trade type warranty. Love the LG, some issues aside.
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