Hi there, ive had my X230 setup for well over a year now ,and i love it to bits for my pc, great sound and great bass! however i recently reformatted my hdd and now the sound is absolutly crap, sounds like moniter speakers, very tinny and nothing at all comes from the sub anymore, i tried fixing this in the sound settings but nothing helps at all. any advise would be great :D
- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
Hopefully the bass control was turned way down. Check to see that it is where you want it ti be. Otherwise, it could be a component in your receiver that blew. Do you have a sub woofer connected to you unit? Or were you forcing bass thought your midrange speakers? JBL's are great speakers! I have them as well. Love them, best sound output next to Bose of course! But the Home Theter speaker are only mid range speakers. Check your bass speaker! It might be the problem. Check wires! Check connections! If still having problems, you might need to take it to a shop... Sorry I couldn't be any better help! Good luck Mad Maria.
The cool thing about guitar amps is that you can mess with the knobs until you find the sound that you like. There is no particular way to use it, just try to find a tone that suits you. Start with gain controls down and tone knobs at 12o'clock. Turn up the gain(one at a time) to get distortion and more sustain to your sound. Turn the distortion up midrange down and treble up for metal sounds, more bass and midrange for bluesy sounds. just play around with it and you will see what I mean. Here is a guide from Fender on how to setup your guitar. If you are not sure, a good guitar tech can make any old axe feel and sound great with a good setup unfortunately, Fender do not have an electronic copy of your owners manual to download, but you can buy one for $5 direct from them here It is only a 1 page manual.... so you will get more from just messing with it.
Musicians spend there whole lives tuning and tweaking knobs to get the sound they are looking for. It wont take you long to start doing the same.:)
Could be damaged cable between the media centre and bass module (check along cable length for damage, kinks or at DIN plug ends for bent/damaged pins), faulty media centre (unlikely) or fault in the bass module....
Hi, sounds like you might have a faulty part in the pc, ie memory or hard drive etc. if you have already installed windows from scratch on the pc and your still getting these faults i would say its the memory or hard drive is faulty..