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MY AMPLIFIRE LEFT CHANEL SOUND IS LOW THAN OTHER CHANEL WHY?

BASS SOUND IS NOT PERFECT

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  • ranjisilva Nov 24, 2008

    low deep bass

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Becasue of the way low end sound travels, if the speakers are out of phase, it will sound like the low end is significantly lower in volume that expected. Check the speaker wires to be sure that they are set up the same for both speakers. If one set has the wires backwords (+ side to - and - side to +) relative to the other, the speakers will be out of phase and cause the symptom you describe.

Let us know what you find.

Dan

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