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HB 3 Speaker problem

  1. The bass sounds a bit boomy and sort of out of control

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Check your equalizer

Posted on Mar 18, 2008

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I have a pair of linn komponent 104 speakers i was wondering if i can add a sub woofer to my amp to give the sound more bass as the speakers dont have a good bass sound


The Linn's should have a good bass, clean & tight but not boomy. Have you got them correctly phased? Red-to-red, Black-to-black? Bass is killed if one speaker is anti-phased.

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Tip for your home theater system: tweak your subwoofer level and crossover...


An important tip regarding your home theater system is to Tweak subwoofer-level and crossover controls:
Test tones and meters aren't the final arbiters in the bass department. If your sub's bass is boomy, thick, or uneven, first try lowering its volume --most people complain that their sub louder than necessary. Next, if your satellites are very small, the crossover control should also be set to its midpoint or higher. Bigger speakers produce more bass on their own, so they sound best with the sub's crossover knob set at or near the bottom of its range. Finally, moving the sub out of the corner and closer to one of the front speakers may produce smoother, flatter bass.

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Altec lansing 221 computer speakers sound solution


Unfortunately it looks like Altec Lansing goofed up on this set and didn't provide a bass control knob. You will need to use some sort of software equalizer on your computer to turn the bass down.

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How do I get more bass out of the system?


To get a better bass output from the sub. The best place is in the corner next to a wall. Doing that is called corner loading. Like you put a firecracker on your hand you might just get burned,buy if you close your hand...you will have to goto ER. And it is not a boomy sub. Small 5 1/4" woofers.You wand good bass? Take it back and buy klipche. Great sound and bass for a decent price.Or go all out and buy the Bob's Sunfire sub. and tick off all your neighbors. that little thing really pounds. I own two. When I played twister, My celing in my new home cracked. I got picts. If you want something simple like the 321,try Kef instant home therei <<spelling. Has a 10" sub.Bought for my father. Sounds great. Just 2speakers DVD/CD/Radio unit and sub.Simple one wire hook-up. and speakers.
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Does it sound hot cool and bad ***


Hello dylanholick,

Visonik is somewhat low-end car audio and band pass enclosures in general usually produce rather muddy and boomy bass. It will probably sound "bad", but not hot, and not cool.

If you aim is a good self-contained system with amp, sub and enclosure all in one, why not consider an Infinity Basslink, MTX Thunderlink, or perhaps a Bazooka. They're all available at www.crutchfield.com for little more than you'll pay for the Visonik and any of them will definitely sound better.

Hope this helps.

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I just bought 2 JVC CS-DX30 12" car speakers. What kind of box am I supposed to get sealed? vented? ported?


You can put these in either a sealed or ported enclosure, not vented. Your box choice depends on what kind of bass you are looking for and the power of the amp you use to drive them.

A sealed box will give you more accurate bass reproduction but will require more power for a given volume. A ported box will be louder at the expense of sounding somewhat "boomy". You should really listen a pair of 12"s in each type of box before you make your decision. Some people don't like the sound of ported enclosures, others love it.

I'd recommend one of the enclosures here:
http://www.woofersetc.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=product.display&Product_ID=4041

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Kenwood LPS 5000D


Hi cw10k

Thats odd. The only passive radiators I have seen over the years have been the same size as the bass driver. They need to be this way to provide the correct tracking of the bass driver. Your speakers sound more like a a 3 way system that may have been modded. Unfortunately they pre-date the internet by the looks of it :) I cant find any info for them, and from my recollection. Kenwood never made anything notable in loudspeakers. I suggest checking the crossover of the speakers to see if they look original, or if indeed they are 3 ways. If there is only a capacitor to the tweeter, then they were never meant to be performance loudspeakers,and probably came with a system of sorts. Keeping in mind the cost of replacement drivers to do upgrades to this sort of gear, may make them uneconomic to repair or upgrade. In Australia(they do deliver world wide) you can get passive radiators from Speaker Bits
Got any thoughts on that. :)

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robotek

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I have a pair of Peavey Impulse 1012 4ohm amp a Peavey XR 696f was not geting enough bass ( use a Yamaha TYROS keyboard & Vocals) so i purchassed a pair of Peavey messanger Pro 15 Sub Cabs 4Ohm cant...


Hi fingers 1

There will be some overlap in bass response that you may need to tune out to tone down the boomy bits. You could tune this out with a 31 band EQ Another approach is to use a crossover or low pass filter to the subs to get some control over your bass frequencies. Another thought, if you're using the rig for stage work, how does it sound out the front. It may be standing waves created by the bass bins, moving them to different monitoring positions may also help.

I am more than happy to answer any other questions you may have about it, just give me a hoy :) If you are still unsure, or have problems, then before you give a rating for this advice, please get back to me and we can try some more things.
Thanks for using FixYa, If you consider the advice I have given you as sound, a FixYa rating is a great reward for my efforts to help you. Cheers.

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robotek

Jun 18, 2008 | Audio Players & Recorders

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Subwoofer control


No there are no adjustments to that model as far as I know thats why they call them sub woofers my nephews would break their hearts getting at one of those and they would have the bass full bore...hahaha!

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