What exactly is LFE high Cut?

Discussion in 'AV Receivers & Amplifiers' started by Bristol Pete, Jan 16, 2003.

  1. Bristol Pete

    Bristol Pete
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    Manual does'nt really explain.

    Presently not using a sub due to cost and room size so is LFE high cut applicable to me.

    For the record, my amp is set to all large, no sub, LEF >STD (120)

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    The LFE high cut setting lets you choose the frequency at which the LFE (the dedicated subwoofer channel) is cut. The default (std) is 120hz, which lets you hear the whole of the LFE. I don't know if it's relivant if you don't have a sub.
     

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