Question about Eltax Liberty 5+ Main / Stereo Speaker
I recently purchased eltax libery centre, the tweeter works fine but both subs dont work at all, ive tested them and no joy, is there a way to repair them myself?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Oct 31, 2008
I was having trouble finding a manual on your sub as will but found a picture of the back and wanted to confirm this is what yours looks like.
If this is what you have then you have a sub for a 2.1 system. Note you can connect it to a system that has more speakers like a 5.1 or 7.1 system but you would just tie it into the front speaker.
As for the normal connection, the speaker wire connections are for the satellite speakers for the front change only. Note you can connect a second pair of speakers to make a 4.1 system. Then you would connect the speaker channel on your receiver to the "Line Input".
If your receiver does not have speaker wire connections on them (most modern ones do not have them) then you can get adapter cables at your local eletronic store. Most of them will go back to an RCA cable.
Let me know if you have any more problems or questions
Posted on Nov 05, 2010
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Well, that is pretty dependent on the room size and seating position. Ideally the center channel should be directly under the TV. This is where 90% of the dialog will come from. The two tall speakers should then be placed adjacent to the TV, preferably a couple of feet away. The smaller surround sound speakers should be approximately ear level, to slightly above and behind the viewer. The surround speakers are bipolar, so they will radiate sound out of each side, therefore you do not need to "angle' them towards the listener. The sub woofer doesn't really matter, the bass frequencies are non-directional. I like to hide it under a table or something like that.
Some new receivers have built in surround set up programs that will send a test signal to each speaker and "listen" then adjust the delay and volume accordingly. Without that it will take some trial and error to get any system dialed into the perfect settings. Then what may be ideal for one specific location will sometimes not sound as good from another in the same room.
Posted on Dec 24, 2010
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