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5.1 surround sound

I installed the home theatre system - but I dont think the audio setup is correct.
When I play music it seems to lack bass... very much....

It has the option where I can adjust each speaker (front left; front right; centre; subwoofer etc) with the distance and decibels volume -6 to 6 db...

What should it be?

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  • Anonymous Mar 01, 2009

    just tried it myself and the bass is barely pulsing. the two separate speakers work well, but the main bass itself is lacking a tremendous amount of sound.

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Here is how you fix it. Its really easy actually take a look at your Subwoofer 99% of the time you can control two controls for your bass somewhere around the Subwoofer. If you raise the volume of your Subwoofer you'll get more bass. Try it and let me know how this works out for you alright.

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