Everything just sounded flat, I have since changed settings for the speakers including the centre speaker to 90hz and the sub is set to 120hz on the amp and 120z on the pv1 it's self. I have the HF switch on the centre speaker set in the midddle and I have enabled Dynamic volume on the amp and set it to medium compression. Its sounds alot better now, but still needs some tweaking. I don't understand the whatthe phase on the PV1 does and still not sure how the Hz is handled on each speaker. If you set the sub to 120hz, does that mean it can play everything up to 120hz, and should the hz on the amp and PV1 match?
Don't use Dynamic Volume, this is really for watching at night and not disturbing others,
No need to match the Hz on the amp and the sub, this was a starting point, you can turn that in stages to around 80Hz if your speakers are set to 80Hz and listen if it is worse or better.
80Hz is the give standard for the speakers, however if your speakers don't go that low set them higher. This will then force any signal below that setting to the Sub.
Your PV1 manual has this as a guide for the phase.
Fine-tuning Home theatre - With home theatre the subwoofer (LFE) signal is a separate channel rather than an extension of the signal to the satellite speakers. The low-pass filter does not operate in the line level input circuit, because the processor provides all the filtering for any speakers set to "small". However, the position of the phase switch must still be assessed. Normally the phase will be set to +, but if the subwoofer is positioned at a distance significantly different from the other speakers, or the power amplifier driving the other speakers happens to invert the signal, the – position may be preferable. Listen with the switch in both positions and choose the one that gives the fullest sound. If there is little difference, leave the switch at +.
Don't re run Audeyssey at this point.