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honashagen Posted 5 years 8 months ago
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OK. Moving the speakers around has resolved the nasaly thing for the most part. Now it seems when I set the sub level where it should be, the midrange becomes veiled. It's very noticeable on vocals. They sound kind of chesty. If I remove the power from the subs it's much better. What if I turn the subs all the way down and then feed the LFE input with my NHT active sub crossover? I can then adjust the crossover frequency of the sub. It seems I'm the only one having these midrange issues! Dang it!
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WayneWilmeth Posted 5 years 8 months ago
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Hey Ben,
Where do you have the volume control on the built in subs set?
I have mine set at less than 10 o'clock. The subs are powerful; I have found it easy to have
them set too high.
Again, experimentation is the key to success.
Have fun with it, God Bless,
Wayne
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honashagen Posted 5 years 8 months ago
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It sounds best at 12 o'clock. I listen to pipe organ and that where it needs to be but it causes the chesty sound in the vocals I'm referring to.
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ArthurDaniels Posted 5 years 8 months ago
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Hi Ben,

By all means, try your idea of feeding the low frequencies directly into the LFE inputs on the Tritons. That is how my system is configured. See the threads I initiated about my LFE experiments for details about how my system is configured. I listen to classical music and jazz. When I listen to pipe organs, low pipes can be felt as well as heard.

I have never achieved the total sound effects I wanted without driving low frequency signals directly into my Triton One LFE inputs. Doing so allows me to set the LFE gain controls on the Triton Ones to Minimum.

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honashagen Posted 5 years 8 months ago
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Which post is it?
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honashagen Posted 5 years 8 months ago
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Sorry. I found them.
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