I turned my amp on today and all the bass seems to have gone from the sound reproduction. Altering the bass knob makes no discernable difference although treble does work. The only audi inputs I have are TV and CD, both of which are impacted. I have tried listening through the headphone socket and this is fine.
Any help appreciated!
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Either there is NO bass on the recordings (if you listen to it with headphones does it have bass?) ...OR...you've wired them out of phase. Connect only one(1) Bose 901's to just one side. Is there bass? Then connect the other side. IS there bass? If not reverse the phase (+ /- connections) and see if the bass comes back. Once that is done and there is BASS, then add the 3rd and then the 4th speaker. .Are you sure your Sansui can handle a lower than 4 ohm load???
There are two possibilities.
Either your instruments's settings are all turned down with the exception of "bass" and this would affect the sound that way.
That or you turned down your mid and treble on the amp itself. Turn all the knobs to middle and turn them one at a time till you get the sound your looking for.
The knobs on your instrument and amp control the settings.
If all are in 12 o'clock position they are "flat" (nothing has been added or subtracted foam input signal) If you only have bass & treble, yes adjusting will affect "mids" but Mids change can go both ways dependent on increase or decrease of Bass and /or treble. By increasing bass you will pull some mids up also. By increasing treble you'll subtract some mids.
No, to make this connection correctly you need a pre amp. you can find them online for about 25 and up. your ipod does not have a pre amp section and is sending a very weak signal to your amplifier. A pre amp is the fix. Hope this helps
Hi arda5 Did you try swapping speaker connections left for right on the back of the amp to isolate the problem. If the fault stays with the speaker, then that is where your problem is. Try this and get back to me here with the results.
For rock and slapping you are going to want to set the Bass and Treble controls high and the Mids low. For music such as Jazz you are going to want more mids so that your sound will be fatter. If there is a button marked "Mid-Scoop" you'll want that on when slapping.