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How To Connect Your Subwoofer

Some easy-to-follow tips for connecting your subwoofer to your AV receiver.

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Bi-Amping 101

Like a lot of tech in the audio world, bi-amping is often misuderstood, so we're going to shed some light on the pros, cons and myths. 

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Tips For Integrating Your Subwoofer and Speakers

A well-tuned subwoofer can make even a modest music or theater system sound spectacular. On the other hand, a poorly integrated subwoofer becomes nothing more than a distraction. Even the biggest bassheads out there will admit that a properly setup subwoofer makes the music and movie experience better.

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Open Your Soundstage Up With LS50W Phase Correction

Grab a song you’re really familiar with and play around a bit with the phase correction. What you’ll hear with the phase correction engaged is a sharpness to the mids and highs (we dare not say hi-def, do we?) but even more stunning is the expansion of the soundstage in all three dimensions. Once you lock onto the difference you will actually be able to hear the soundstage of your favorite music with not only height and width, but with depth as well.

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Automated Room Correction and Your Reversed Polarity Tweeters

We get calls into our Help Desk from time-to-time from customers who have just bought a new pair of our speakers and a new receiver and they’re freaking out because the Automated Room Correction (ARC) in their receiver is telling them that one or more of our speakers are out of phase. Understandably these customers are upset that after dropping a wheelbarrow full of shekels on some new audio equipment, a computer in their receiver is informing them they have a phase issue in their brand new speakers.

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The Reference: Designing the Crossovers and Voicing the Loudspeakers

With the release of the new Reference Series last year, we raised the bar on our already lofty standards of audio reproduction. I know that sounds like marketing jibber-jabber, but the truth is, we're all very proud of how amazing The Reference line sounds. This was accomplished a number of different ways, not the least of which was the painstaking method we selected crossover components and voiced the loudspeakers themselves.

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