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    [BDP9700] cut off point for low frequencies which are directed to the sub

    Hi, would like to know who can help me with this.

    The low frequencies from Front L and R channels that cannot be played from your "small" speakers are directed away from the fronts to your sub. The threshold for cutting those frequencies from the front channels is probably predefined for the 9700.

    What is the threshold if we set our speakers to SMALL?
    What is the threshold if we set our speakers to LARGE?

    Would be very gratefull if someone from Philips or someone else could enlighten me with this info!
    Thanks!
    Last edited by daffie; 04-23-2014 at 08:12 PM.

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    Dear daffie,

    Thank you for your post. I am waiting for the information from our team. I will contact you shortly.

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    Hi Sarka, thanks for your reply.
    Unfortunately I already returned my BDP9700 for a full refund. I had only 2 weeks time to return it and there were too many problems/hangs during 2D/3D Blu-ray playback (the main function of this player!). This is not acceptable for a player which has been released since 2012. I have now bought an Oppo 103, no problems what-so-ever untill now.

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    Dear daffie,

    Sorry to hear about the issue. However, thank you for letting me know.

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    Hi,

    nevertheless - I'm interessted in the answer ;-)

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    Hi,

    another item I agree with Daffie, is introduction of the BDP9700 in 2012 and still open FW issues in 2014. Waiting scince the beginning of this year for a new FW update. Let's make things better.....(soon)

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    Dear users,

    Just want to let you know that the low frequency cut off is 120Hz, and there is no distinction of the low frequency cut off regardless if the speaker is large or small.

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    Hi,

    thank you very much for this information!

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    Just want to let you know that the low frequency cut off is 120Hz,
    Ok so the cut off freq to sub 120Hz is fixed and is not affected regarding small or large frontspeakers.

    But what does the Small/large parameter? Does it have a HF filter? Where does it cut?

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