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The soud has no high frequences, how can i regulate them?

My sistem has poor high frequences, the basses and middles are good.
I don´t know how to change the frequence, is only by the "sound field" ?
There is another way, like the most of hi-fi systems?
Can you help?
Tanks!

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There are no settings for this. I have the same problem, I think the speakers are tired. Ours gets used as a music system at parties so has suffered quite a bit of abuse. I have improved things a bit by swapping the front and rear speakers. The rear ones don't usually play as loud as the front, so were in better condition. Unplug the mains first, disconnect the wires at the speakers, move the speakers round, reconnect making sure that you keep + and - correct and give it a try.

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