Question about JVC RX-818V Receiver
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: firstname.lastname@example.org have a jvc rx-809v
You mean 'bass'.
Amplifiers only amplify what is already there in the signal. By design, with all controls set to neutral or flat, they don't create or loose anything.
Speakers, on the other hand, are responsible for turning the electrical input into moving air. Good bass usually requires moving a lot of air.
Poor speaker placement or speakers wired out of phase with each other can **** the bass out of a room.
Web search for articles on bass response and speaker placement.
This receiver has a built-in Equalizer. Perhaps you could use IT to compensate for the tonal shortcomings of the speakers and environment.
Posted on Aug 12, 2011
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