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Moderator Posted 5 years 7 months ago
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One more thing i noticed. Whenever i set my surround speakers and centre to small, the more muddy my fronts become as all of their bass go to the fronts. I get more separation and clear dialogues by setting the centre and surround speakers to Large.


That makes no sense. Something is very wrong.
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I have already tried of turning the subwoofer level from the receiver but still got the same problem. Mids and highs got kind of muddy.


Once again, that makes no sense, something is wrong with your setup or your system. Seek the assistance of your local dealer.
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Umer Hameed Posted 5 years 7 months ago
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Does my receiver has to do anything with it?
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Moderator Posted 5 years 7 months ago
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Does my receiver has to do anything with it?


Your receiver, and its setup, has everything to do with it, and certainly could very well be the source of your problems.
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Umer Hameed Posted 5 years 7 months ago
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Ok i will check and report back. Thank you.
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T Cobe Posted 5 years 7 months ago
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Umer,

I would guess that it is a combination of room acoustics and your bass management in your Yamaha. I had some similar issue with my Integra receiver. I have also had to deal with room acoustics. As Moderator Dude has said, boosting your LFE channel in your Yamaha while keeping your T2 gain knob set to the 10:00 position should definitely not make things sound muddy but more mid bass energy could aggregate an issue with room acoustics. I'd check out some articles on room acoustics and check into some room treatments. There are also methods of measuring your frequency response that you may want to look into to see where your problems may lie.

arqen.com/acoustics-101/speaker-placemen...undary-interference/

I found the link above very helpful and it may be a good place to start. Stick with it. I'm confident that the T2s can put out a great deal of bass while still sounding clear. It may just take some adjustments to your space and equipment. Let us know how you get on.

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