Question about Garmin nuvi Audio Players & Recorders
These only means one thing... repair.
Posted on Nov 01, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
have you check the system settings for each of the speaker..? should be set and balance all output of the speaker
Posted on May 24, 2008
SOURCE: left channel not working
Thanks, yesterday i tried changing the speakers from right to left, the problem still remained on the speaker getting connected to the right channel. Later i pulled out the speaker wires from the reciver's end for the right channel, cut them and pulled out new strings from the insulation, twisted them and inserted, the speaker is working fine, though not 100% but close to left channel. I guess the problem was old strings in the wire which had got over twisted and were not parallel to each other.
Posted on Oct 01, 2008
SOURCE: I have Denon AVR-2310...but lost
The manual... http://www.retrevo.com/support/Denon-AVR-2310CI-Receivers-manual/id/23452bh638/t/2/
I'm pretty sure you mean "LFE + Main".
You need to identify the speakers to the receiver as Large or Small regarding their bass-handling capacity more than their actual size.
"LFE" removes the possibly overloading bass in a given speaker channel containing 'small' speakers and sends it to the subwoofer.
"LFE + Main" is sort of explained on page 29 "Bass Setting". The intent of LFE+Main is to task your subwoofer with the bass that ALSO exists on all other speaker channels regardless of their ability to handle it all by themselves. As you can imagine, this might make the subwoofer respond to sonic events that are actually supposed to be directional from, say, the rear channel(s). In that case the event might seem to come from wherever the sub is located instead of the intended direction; or at the very least it might seem to come from both places which is probably not what the sound engineers intended when they recorded the piece.
Having full-range speakers 360-degrees around PLUS a subwoofer, I don't subscribe to the 'bass-is-non-directional' school of thought. If you've ever felt the concussion from and subconsciously glanced toward one of the speakers after, say, a huge explosion, the system is working.
Posted on Sep 04, 2011
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