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Dynaudio BM9s: How To Set Up Correctly?
Old 20th May 2006
Gear Nut
🎧 15 years
Dynaudio BM9s: How To Set Up Correctly?

Just got myself a BM9s to go with my BM6a´s.

Since the subwoofer cut-off is continuosly, how do you find the correct frequence to set it to?

If you set the "SAT Highpass" (audio passed on from sub to the other speakers) to, say 80hz, I guess around 80hz would be best for the subwoofer cut-off (lowpass) as well, but how you find that frequence since the cut-off is continuosly?

Do you have any advice on how to this or do you just listen to a lot of different material on the system and go for when it "feels" right?

Answers appreciated!
Old 20th May 2006
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love to hear how this works out for you. I'm considering the same sub for my bm6's.
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Old 19th May 2007 | Show parent
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i just got the bm9s as well and after messing around with different settings, i decided to leave the sat range on Full.. The bm6a's sounded a bit funny to me with the 60 or 80 hz filter.. seemed too bright or something.
Still working on it though.. What did you come up with?
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