Effect of speaker settings to front speakers
Hi to all,
I have a 9600 since 2 weeks and like it a lot. I also use it via analogue audio to my receiver and it took me quite a while to get it running, but now it works.
I have a normal 5.1 speaker set and the sub didn't work, or at least it didn't seem to work. Now it does but only if I set the front speaker to small.
I don't have the same problem as some others in this thread but my question is somehow related to it so I dare to post it here:
What effect does the front speaker setting to "small" or "large" have on the frequency spectrum the 9600 sends to the receiver on the both front channels?
Is the frequency spectrum identical and it only turns the .1-channel on (small front speakers) or off (large front speakers)?
Considering previous posts here (e.g. sopon) I tend to assume that there is no effect to the actual frequency spectrum to the front speakers, I just would like to have it confirmed.
At this time I'm not in the situation wanting the LFE in any case send to the front speakers like sopon, but maybe in the future, so I'm very interested in this topic in any case. Full or more flexibility in the speaker setup would suit the 9600 very nicely.
Perhaps somebody has tested this out. Or a statement from Philips would be appreciated.
Thanks for any reply in advance