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Moderator Posted 3 weeks 20 hours ago
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Hi Imclacr, Yes. When setting the crossover on your outboard subwoofer to 80hz, this would refer to the LFE low pass filter setting on your Anthem AVM70. Happy Listening!

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lmclacr Posted 3 weeks 20 hours ago
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Thanks Moderator.

Then to make sure I understand 100%.. the low Pass filter setting on my Anthem is the same as if I would set my Crossover manually/physically on my JL subwoofer? Both would achieve the same?

If this is the case, I would assume that using the Anthem setting would be better than using the physical crossover adjustment on the sub; Correct?
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Moderator Posted 3 weeks 20 hours ago
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Hi Imclacr, Yes. The low Pass filter setting on your Anthem is the same as setting the crossover manually/physically on the JL subwoofer. Both would achieve the same results. It's hard to say whether the crossover circuity in your Anthem is higher quality than the one built-into your subwoofer, however, I would be inclined to use the crossover in the Anthem.

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lmclacr Posted 3 weeks 20 hours ago
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Thanks!

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nate451 Posted 3 weeks 19 hours ago
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So I'm running 1.R's on an Anthem, should I set the crossover/LPF to zero and let the 1.R's figure it out?
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Moderator Posted 3 weeks 18 hours ago
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Hi nate451, If you are connecting the "sub out connection" on your Anthem to the LFE inputs on the Triton One.Rs, I would recommend setting the towers to large or full band....I would then set the Low Pass crossover (on the Anthem's subwoofer output) to 60hz or 80hz. This way, the towers will receive a full range signal through the speaker wire connections and an LFE signal below 60hz or 80hz. The towers are designed to combine or sum together the bass signals they receive from the speaker wire connections with the bass they receive from the LFE connections. Basically, the towers will play any (and all) bass signals they receive.

If you are not connecting an LFE cable to the towers, I would recommend setting the towers to large or full band, and "no subwoofer". Happy Listening!
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