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Subwoofer control my new z-2300 speakers seem to have too much bass for my taste even with the bass turned all the way down. where is the frequency cut for the sub and is there any adjustment for this? maybe behind the front grill cover? thank you

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Re: subwoofer control

You just may not be used to the full sound this unit creates. Most amplifiers/speakers cannot replicate the frequencies this unit provides. Simply stated, you just may not be used to hearing lower frequencies. However, here are a couple of things that you can try.... 1. Check you music source. If using an MP3 or a music program, make sure that your equilizer settings are flat (or on another setting with less bass.) 2. Subwoofer placement is critical. You may have this unit placed in the corner of a room or under a desk. These placements can actually increase a subwoofer's response and make the sound more "boomy." You may want to try moving the sub to a different location (ie: to the middle of the wall and away from furniture.) This may help reduce the overpowering bass you claim to experience. 3. This subwoofer has a ported speaker - meaning that there is a large whole on the left side of the subwoofer cabinet. This allows the bass created by the woofer to exit the casing easily to create a more bassy sound. The drawback to this design is you lose a bit of the solid "thump" you would get from a non-ported design. Try sticking something into this hole (towel, nerf football, etc) to block the sound coming out of the port. Just make sure whatever you use does not fall into the subwoofer! I hope one (or a combination) of these help. I personally have these speakers... for what you pay, you get pretty good quality/sound.

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Re: subwoofer control

No there are no adjustments to that model as far as I know thats why they call them sub woofers my nephews would break their hearts getting at one of those and they would have the bass full bore...hahaha!

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