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    I just bought a KEF kht3005 set of speakers. Im anxiously awaiting their arrival, but Im pretty new to setting up home theater audio.

    What should i do to get the most out of my system? Anyone have any good recommendations for speaker wire(I will be using the KEF stands designed for the 3005's)? What should the crossover be set at (I,ve read 100 is pretty good for this set, comments?)

    Im using an Onkyo 709 A/V reciever(no amps) with a 55 inch Panasonic VT30 plama screen, and the room this is set up in is about 20x20 feet.

    Any suggestions/tips from would be appreciated!

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    There is not really any speaker wire that is better than others, the size you want to use is based off of how long of run you have and speaker impedance.

    As far as setting them up for optimal performance, set your sub x-over to its highest setting and your gain at 50%, make sure the sub is to the on position not auto and then run audessey. If you have a tripod to set your mic on that is ideal, and viola. If you are unsatisfied with the audessey setting's just let us know, and we can help you further some people love the results and other don't just depends. Nice speaker setup btw I know the previous model was a real performer, and welcome to the board!!!!!!

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