I have a couple of questions which i would be grateful could be answered. 1. I have found a level button on the front of the amp which has a bass, treble, bypass setting. Can movie users tell me what setting if any they have these levels on for bass and treble. As i use the amp only for movies does it make any difference in any event what these settings are set too. Am i right in thinking that this level button is there simply for enjoying stereo music ie in pure direct mode etc. 2. When using auto set up my cross over is set to 160 hz. I am using small satelites (Tannoy 5.1fx) and the range of these satelites starts at 140 HZ. Should i therefore leave the settings at 160 hz or change the cross over to 120hz the next level down. I have the cross over at 120 hz but on occasions the rear speakers have a tendancy to vibrate and make an audible noise. However the front and centre speakers do not vibrate. I do not know whether this is because of using the wrong cross-over or whether it is simply the speaker stands themselves. The rear speakers arefixed to the wall with the brackets that come with the speakers whilst the front and centre ones are simply placed on a flat surface. 3. If i leave the cross over at 160hz will i be losing any sound quality. My thinking is that because the satelites ony operate at 140hz and the subwoover range is from 45hz to 140 hz i will be missing those sounds that are in the 140 to 160 hz range. Am i right in thinking that when set at 160 hz the satelites will not pick up sounds in the range of 140hz to 160 hz because the cross over will be sending that sound to the subwoover which can not pick up those frequencies. I had set the cross over to 120 thinking that altough i am missing out on the sub woofer picking up sounds over 120 hz the satelites will be picking up the sounds that are over 140 hz. Is it better therefore to set the cross over to 120 or 160 hz. 4. What DSP setting do most people find the best with movies. Any help would be appreciated.