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Yamaha RX-V750

Discussion in 'AV Receivers & Amplifiers' started by harpal, May 22, 2005.

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  1. harpal

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    Hi Guy's

    Ordered this from Germany from TD thanks to you guy's here @ AV, this amp compliments my kef 2005.2 sub surround package I have set this up using the qucik setup and mic provided with the amp everything is working although I am a bit supprised about the lack of power as to me my HTR5540RDS sounded louded and better am I missing something here also I the sub crossover has been set to 120Htz is this correct? does anyone have the same setup as me 750/kef 2005.2 who might be able to help tweak my amp?

    any help will be gratefully accepted.
     
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    Surprised about the lack of power. You should definitely tweak the advanced settings.

    I have some Kef Q series speakers and my crossover is set to 100Hz with Sub output set to 'Both' (i.e. front and sub).
     
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    You may find that you have to take the volume to a higher setting, but this is because the amp is using actual db. i.e when you get to -24db it'll probably be pretty loud -15db will very loud and -10db may be almost unbearbale (depening on the source material and efficency of your speakers) where as -35db wouldn't actualy seem that much quieter than -24db.
     

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