Re: drz 9255 users?
Time alignment is there, I don't use it however. You can adjust High, Mid, Low, and Sub (all with Left and Right adjustments). Never bothered to use it, so I have no clue if its a pain in the rear to operate. The adjustments are made in centimeters. I guess you basically measure the approximate distance from said speaker to your ear in centimeters and enter that in the deck. The time alignment adjusts in real time, so the change is made as you adjust, your ears can judge for themselves if what you set is right or wrong.
Crossovers are wierd, there are different modes, I use "Multi" mode. I have my speakers bi amp, running the High output for the tweeter, and the Mid output for the midbass. I don't have a high pass set on mine, they play low, so I let them.
Are you going to bi amping? If so, set the deck to Multi mode, and use the LOW output for your midbass, you can set it to high pass from 25hz-250hz, and low pass from 250hz-10khz.
Hope this helps.
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