Question about Insignia Solutions NS-SB212 Home Theater Soundbar
Thought of adding a capacitor/resistor on input lines
First off, reduce what part of the frequency response, and why? You would need to reduce it by about 3db to make a difference, and that may bleed over into other frequencies as well. What is the spec for frequency in your owner's manual currently? Yes, you can add an R/C filter, but you may have to play with the values to get it just right. I'm going to take a stab, and say you have to decrease the low end? I can tell you how to proceed an easier way. Do you have a schematic?
Posted on Dec 12, 2014
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