Recent Subwoofer Setup Articles
This basic subwoofer setup guide and YouTube video will teach you how to place and configure your subwoofer and A/V receiver in layman's terms to ensure you achieve optimal bass performance.
This subwoofer connection guide gives you placement options to get the best bass experience in your home theater. We also discuss the benefits of using multiple subwoofers in your home theater room.
This article discusses methods of proper placement, and setup of multiple subwoofers to achieve the best measurable and audible results for your entire listening area not just a single sweet spot.
This guide is designed to address the numerous questions we've received from new home theater owners on setting up their loudspeakers and AV receiver bass management settings. Get good bass here.
Subwoofer Placement: An easy guide for placement of your home theater subwoofer. Crawl for bass to find the optimal location and achieve the best sound.
Apply bass management in your A/V receiver to achieve the best performance from your speaker system.
We discuss the benefits of multiple subwoofers by comparing measured performance of two subs vs one. We discuss using two smaller subs instead of one larger one to provide better bass for all seats.
Where it comes to fine-tuning a home theater sound system for peak performance, finding those locations within a typical home listening space where a subwoofer can provide the most satisfying …
Well, I found myself working with a friend to develop a suuround sound system for his listening room. A litening room that is a nearly-perfect octagon! After picking myself up off of the floor, I set …
Setting the correct bass management on receivers and processors is essential to getting the most out of your audio system. For some systems 80Hz, the standard THX setting, is a good starting point.
This article shows you how to get your subwoofer working for two-channel sources in your AV receiver. Enjoy great bass for all listening modes by following these guidelines.
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It has been over a decade since the first generation of Dolby Digital Receivers hit the market. These Receivers implemented a crude and inflexible bass management system and had limited power.
If you bought a sub-woofer lately and had the pleasure or displeasure of trying to integrate it into your existing system, then hopefully this…