When playing music on my computer from any website or cd, the voices are totally muffled. The instrumental parts of songs play just fine, but as soon as the vocals begin the voices sound totally distorted, I can barely hear them at all actually. I've checked the mixers and things like that, but don't know where else to look. Please help!!!
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Circuit resistance from corrosion, or broken strands int he flex wire connections between voice coil and the terminals. It is also possible the voice coil form is distorted. It is also possible a capacitor in the amplifier is in the early stages of failure.
The bad news is it could be any of them. or it could be the lighting- CFL's and regular flourescent lighting are bad for audio, as are switching supplies used in TV's, microwave ovens and some musical gear. They are worse than lighting dimmers for noise.
The thing to do is start at the speaker itself and work through the chain of devices to find the one distorting. An old transistor radio is useful here. Most actually do have enough power to faintly drive a large speaker- listen for scraping and rattling- it would mean the voice coil windings may have come loose or the coil form is damaged from heat.
Move back to the amp input and try again- this time listen for a clipped sound if the speaker checked out okay. It would sound like the Charlie Brown adults in the cartoons. That would be a failure of an active component in the amp. If you now hear rattling or scraping- the speaker voice coil is bad and should be repaired or replaced.
If it sounds good, move back to each deck. apply your radio- volume turned down to an input it one is provided. Each should sound clean like the amp did. If no sound or distorted sound is found here- which is the most probable location, it is likely one of the IC chips is at fault. Likely a 4558 if an IC fault, otherwise suspect dirt or hair on the encoder connected to the spin platters.
There are a total of eight folders in the recorder that are in a tree format. Under the “Root” folder are “Folder A” through “Folder E”, “Audible” and “Music” folders, and recorded or transferred Language and music data from a computer can be saved as “files”. “Folder A” through “Folder E” are voice-recording folders, so choose one of these five folders when recording on this recorder. Up to 200 files can be saved in each folder, and up to two layers can be created within the “Music” folders.
More info. If you are chording on the left half of the keyboard, SOMETIMES they allocate or have the option to select a different voice for the part where chords are played. For these, you have to ALSO select a voice for that half of the keyboard. If you don't select a voice, then you would not have anything sounding.
The problem sounds like a setting miss match , with music it is not so noticeable as it is louder and has higher spectrum of sounds , but with monoliphic voices you pick out the disinction more check your sound utilities program particuarly the graphic equalizer if it has one windows does in sound properties and advanced setings if you have a seprate sound utility ie: hd sound etc check that your effects settings havent been changed ...Regards Vortash
You need a Sampler. Either software or Hardware will work. A sampler is the device that will make it possible to play your voice on your keyboard. There are many software samplers available, take a look at websites like sweetwater.com or musiciansfriend.com and have a look at the pc software section. You will also need a MIDI connection for your computer to enable the keyboard to talk to your computer (runs around 50 bucks). I would look at a program like Sampletank or others.
first check the settings on the audio menu of the dvd player. make sur it is set to 5.1 (if available) otherwise set it to stereo and your system should decode it.
assuming the second step is okay : as other dvd you play seem to work) it still may be that your unit is decoding stereo inputs just fine and 5.1 is not working properly....
so if adjusting audio settings in dvd play back menu dont work,
check that the cables to the satellite speakers are connected correctly and all plugged in soundly ( voice is high frequency,- coming from satellites - the garbled noises you hear are the base ( low freq) elements of voice which are coming from the bass box ( that the X.1 part of 5.1) and so that is obviously working. ,