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Topic # 128965 29-Aug-2013 20:51
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I have a Denon AV500 surround sound preamplifier which supplies a 5.1 system based around ADAM Audio powered monitors and a ADAM Sub7 sub. In stereo mode I can't get any signal to the Sub. Does anyone have any experience with the pre-amp and can help me?

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  Reply # 886759 29-Aug-2013 21:05
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your manual pg 69




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  Reply # 886760 29-Aug-2013 21:07
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SW needs to be LFE + main or set speakers to small and set your crossover and SW to LFE




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  Reply # 886791 30-Aug-2013 00:07
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Um, I'm pretty sure it's an integrated amplifier, if it's the receiver that's sold in NZ? Right?
But anyway, Joker97 would be onto it, switch the front speakers to 'small' and the LFE to LFE + Main, make sure the corssover is set correctly, both in the amp settings, and on the powered subwoofer, and you're away.



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  Reply # 889071 3-Sep-2013 15:51
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Thanks,

I'm used to reading Japanese manuals and the Denon one fits in the 'it makes sense after you've done it' category. Not helped by its page size & formatting.

Yes, page 69 tells the story.

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