Powered Subwoofer Quick Setup Instructions

Powered Subwoofer Quick Setup Instructions
Powered Subwoofer Quick Setup Instructions
For the best performance, please install your subwoofer’s feet.
For the best performance in most rooms, we recommend, if possible, placing the subwoofer in a front corner
or along the front wall.
Connect the subwoofer to the subwoofer output jack on your receiver using the enclosed RCA cable. Plug
the RCA cable into either line level input on the subwoofer.
Turn the subwoofer’s Volume Control all the way down (fully counter-clockwise).
Place the ‘Crossover Bypass’ switch in the ‘ON’ position. If your subwoofer does not have a Crossover
Bypass switch but has a Frequency Adjust Control rotate it to be fully clockwise.
Using the Bass Management System in your receiver, configure all of your speakers as either SMALL or
LARGE depending upon their bass output capabilities (refer to your receiver’s owner’s manual for
clarification). If the Bass Management System asks if you have a subwoofer, be sure to select YES.
Plug the subwoofer’s power cable into an active outlet.
Play some music or a movie with good bass content, at a moderate level.
SLOWLY turn the subwoofer’s volume control up until its output level is satisfactory relative to your main
speakers. Depending upon your receiver’s subwoofer output level setting, and the sensitivity of your main
speakers, a satisfactory volume setting on the subwoofer may occur at any point on its volume control dial.
If you find setting the subwoofer’s volume level difficult because it is too loud too ‘early on the dial’, simply
lower your receiver’s subwoofer output level setting. This will afford you a greater degree of useful rotation
on the subwoofer’s volume control enabling you to more easily fine tune its output level.
10) If your subwoofer has a ‘Phase’ switch place it in the position which sounds most natural in the mid-bass.
After setting the volume control on your subwoofer to a satisfactory level, you should be able to make subtle
adjustments to the subwoofer’s volume level using your receiver’s ‘subwoofer output level’ control.
With high volume levels of certain types of signals, the subwoofer may be audibly strained. If you hear the
subwoofer “breaking-up” or distorting, simply turn the volume level down on your receiver.
If you have any difficulties please refer to the troubleshooting section in the back of your owner’s manual.
To ensure the best performance out of your subwoofer please read the enclosed owner’s manual.
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