I would use the unit with the best DSP to remedy problems with the bass nodes.
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Since you havea DD18 that makes things more difficult!
with a typical sub I would say Processor would be the one to set the crossover and slope... but since you have a velodyne with microphone.... you need to use the process with the velodyne which will allow you to integrate the volumn and everything (including crossover) by using the microphone that is included.... Follow their manual to the "T".. your results will be pretty close to amazing!
Synergy or Integration is key!
PS: the DD18 is awesome for movies!!!
I run 5 equal channels in LARGE and use a pair of subs for the x.1 signal only (crossover fully bypassed). I use my DVD Player's DAC for my main listen (audio out) and bypass my receivers DSP all together.
When I upgrade my AVR I plan on using the receivers Front L/R pre-outs to the sub's Line-In, employing the sub's crossover to help fill the bottom end of my front speakers. Hopefully this will smooth out my rooms low end response (the current graph looks like a mountain range).