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Hello guys


I just got my speakers 


Could you please help me with the settings at my AVR and subwoofer



I got -> 5.1.2


RP-600M -

RP-600C - 








1: I can choose between phase 0 and 180 -  the subwoofer is in the mid -> frontL - Sub - Center - frontR

2:What freq should I go at Low-Pass?


3:btw my center is on my subwoofer - is that a problem ?




my AVR is Denon

now I go to Speakers - Manual Setup - Crossovers:

4:What should I choose there it starts at 40hz


next menu point: Speakers - Manual Setup - Bass

There I got

5:Subwoofer Mode : I can choose LFE - or LFE + Main 

6:LPF for LFE : starts with 80hz - 250hz


next menu point: Speakers - Manual Setup - Speakerconfig 

7:there I got the possibility to change the speakers to large - got them at small - is that good?


next menu point: Speakers - Manual Setup - Amp Assign

8:what Dolby Atmos mode should I chose - what's the best one - or where should I put my Atmos speakers

I can take /Front Height / Front Dolby / Surround Dolby


next menu point: Audio - Audyssey 

9:MultEQ XT ; should I choose there Reference or Flat?



thanks alot for reading

best wishes





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thank you very much for such a fast answer

I just applied some settings and its much better now thanks alot

about the Atmos speakers- I got the rp 500sa 2x - now I don't know where to put them because it shows me on my main speakers, on the celling and on the surround


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Your welcome. Yes those atmos you have are versatile. One thing they will need is power.

How high is the ceiling in your listening space?

Are your main fronts on speaker stands?

Since I posted last, you may have some idea now about where and how.


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Are the mains sitting on the floor?

If you have a way to raise them up to ear level when seated listening is better. Sounds like 10 foot ceilings. Think the atmos speakers placed on the front speakers after raising them will not fit top exactly but you could try it and listen. 

Any more questions?

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