Question about Bose 901 VI Main / Stereo Speaker
I have tried to connect my equalizer to the "Tape" circuit, but of course it has no effect, because I don't believe this circuit intercepts the amp b efore the volume. Sound Fields are not full, and sound is unlike I am used to hearing from this system. Also first time connection to Digital Audio from Comcast Cable.. Time for a new AMP??
The solution is simple and cheaper than you think.
Unfortunately, using the Tape Monitor in a Digital Receiver has its problems. On mine, as soon as you engage the Tape Monitor the digital sources are disconnected. What I did was to buy a separate amp for the 901's and feed the front analog audio out to the EQ which is directly in front of the amp. Besides, the Active EQ is for the 901's only. It doesn't have woofers or tweeters so Bose flattened out its final response electronically with some serious boosting at both ends. Having it in line with any other speakers would feed them a grossly over-compensated signal.
This is the cheapest way to have your 901's and hear them, too. Since the 901's are really efficient you don't have to buy a big amp that would heat the room. I'm using a separate Carver amp with 2x100w for mine.
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