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#1602 - 02/14/02 02:12 PM Axiom Subwoofers
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Do the Axiom subwoofers have the ability to bypass their internal crossover mechanism. I'd like to use my processor's bass management through the sub-out.

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#1603 - 02/18/02 09:20 AM Re: Axiom Subwoofers
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There is no simple way to bypass it completely but by turning to the highest setting you will then be able to externally control all the frequencies below this point.

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