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Old 11-26-2007   #7
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Old 11-27-2007   #8
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I have a Denon 3808ci. When I ran the auto equalization using 5 test points, it did not deal well with 2 subs connected.

I looked at the settings that were generated, and it set the "distance" for the sub to 29 feet. That would either put it outside of my house or dead in the middle of my pool table in the game room.

I agree, deal with one sub at a time.
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Well, I got my dls4000r yesterday and could not get it to work.The front light would come on but no bass would come from it.So I am now sending it back to the dealer in exchange for another one.When I hooked my other sub up to the lfe cable it worked fine,but when I plugged the new one in by itself I got nothing, go figure. So my waiting to hear 2 subs on my system continues.
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Patience my son....

I had five subs in my room the other day...... Thank God the wife wasn't home for that session!
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