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I am getting a distorted sound from the speakers. i did not receive an installation CD, not sure if this is the problem

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If you mean the xp/vista/win 7 installation cd's then you have to make your own. The manual that came with the pc will give you the information that you need. If it's xp it will be 1 dvd, vista needs 2 dvd's or 7 cd's, i'm not sure about win 7. As for the sound, what you could do is to drop the drivers for the sound card and reboot the pc, this will refresh the connection between hardware & software. To drop the drivers you need to go to start>>right click my computer>>properties>>hardware tab>>devise manager>>click on + sign next to "sound, video & game controllers & look for the sound card. Do not remove codecs, just the sound card then reboot.

Hope that works for you!!

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At low volume it is fine after you get to about 20 on the volume it starts to crack,pop and distort very bad what is making this happen


Your speakers may say 350 watts but that is the peak wattage at which they blow up and not a wattage they can sound distortion free at. Look for the RMS wattage which is probably around 40 watts. If you look at the specs on your receiver you will see it will put out a maximum of about 50 watts but the distortion on the receiver is above 1 percent at anything over 22 watts. That means they are going to start distorting at around half volume. The other thing you might check for is a impedance mismatch between the speakers and the receiver. Is the receiver set up for an impedence output of 8 ohms but your speakers are 4 ohms impedance.

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When i turn the head unit up to about 10 it sounds good but then it gets all distorted like my speakers are blown but when i pou the stock deck in the system freaken rocks whats the deal with that


it sound like a wire problem you brobably would not hear the distortion with the stock deck because the more power the less distortion there is.

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Can a power conditioner improve distortion sound on center channel speaker? I have a Pioneer vsx 1020K receiver and I am only having a problem with the center channel. At first I thought the problem was...


First; power conditioner won't do anything for your issue. It's not crosstalk (unless it's a wireless spkr) On your sub are cables mark + & - ? If so make sure they're attached accordingly to back of receiver/amp. Your distortion sounds like a phase issue. I'm also curious how store performed diagnostics?

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Sounds like polarity is wrong on one of the speakers?


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Stereo cutting off when volume is over 29


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Distortion using rear speaker interfaces.


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Center Speaker Audio Very Distorted


Love your screen name.

You didn't say what, if anything, preceded the appearance of the problem. There might be a clue.

Can you describe the distortion? Is it excessively bassy? If so, is it happening on all sources?

I'm assuming this is a modern digital receiver that is capable of many soundfield simulations as well as native Dolby Digital, DTS, multi-channel. If so we can use a stereo source and through simulation redirect some of it to the center speaker.

Using one of your receiver's many multi-channel simulation modes, put in a CD or tune an FM station and use it to diagnose the problem during later steps.

If it's only a single source and that source uses individual analog channel RCA cables, swap in another one or temporarily move the Center Channel feed to one of the other channels to see if it's before the receiver (in the source).or inside the receiver.

For multiple sources:

Is your Center speaker defined properly as Large or Small in the receiver's setup menu?The size refers mostly to the bass-handling capacities of all your speakers rather than their physical size. Speakers designated as 'Small' will not be sent much in the way of bass because they can't handle it well. The LFE/subwoofer channel(s) will get all the bass that was intended for them instead.

If you have a Small speaker improperly defined as Large it may be getting bass that it can't handle and that might sound like distortion. Having a Large speaker defiend as Small would result in less bass than expected but otherwise 'clean' sound.

Check the speaker setup in the menu for excessive volume level relative to the others. There is usually a calibration procedure the receiver will use to help you adjust the subjective voume of each speaker using white noise or tones.

Hope this helps.

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Distortion on speakers from CDX-M630


sounds like you have a faulty head unit

Sorry

Mark
www.blueice-electronics.co.uk

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Distortion


YOU SHOULD NOT PLAY CD,S IN SURROUND SOUND,SWITCH TO STEREO ONLY FOR CD,S AND OTHER MUSIC SOURCES.
HOPE THIS HELPS.

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Surround sound distortion


Receivers like this will incorrectly decode rear channel audio and pass it on to the rear channels as distorted audio. Make sure the source being used really has rear channel information encoded into it. It could have other issues but check this first.

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