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I have recently purchased several new Klipsch speakers, a pair of bluetooth R15PM powered monitors, a pair of (non-powered, non-bluetooth) R28F floor towers and a 10" R10SW subwoofer (that I have connected to the powered monitors) and I also have two indepedent Crown stereo power amps (XLS1500's) I can use. How can I combine all of these Klipsch speakers together into one system? Do I need to purchase the Gate or the Powergate? What I typically do is play Spotify from my phone through the powered monitors and sub and in another room I use one of the Crown amps hooked up to my computer to listen to Spotify through my big towers.
Greetings. Apologies in advance for my first post being a question. I've spent most the day on the forum researching and have all but made myself dizzy trying to understand hz ranges and crossover frequencies which leads me to my question. I have a completely all new setup replacing an outdated system. I currently have the R26 floors, R25 center, R15 surrounds, and 1 R10 Sub hooked to an Onkyo TX-NR656 receiver. Originally I ran the AccuEQ that came with it, but wasn't happy with the output. I checked the settings and it had the crossovers all over the place and the speaker distances were way off so I went to manual mode. According to receiver specs the available range is 40Hz-200Hz for all but the sub. The sub has a range of 80Hz-120Hz. All decibel levels are set at 0. I'm really not a dumb person, but for the life of me I can't wrap my head around frequency ranges and crossovers, etc. Most of the use will be for tv and movies as well as some occasional music, maybe 10% of the time. Anyone willing to offer a newbie to AV some layman understanding as well as maybe some settings to try. I do know that with the Onkyo on the setup screen says to set floors to "full range", but is that always best? Anyhow, thanks in advance!