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The bass has cut out completly on my pro 15 speakers after a party.

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Pyle PPHP159WMU: Just received this used unit and the bass speaker tends to cut out the louder the volume is set. Does the battery have to be fully charged for the unit to function properly?


The speaker may have a current sensing device to avoid damage under high volume conditions. Also check the setting of your bass control. Every 3 db increase in setting doubles the power going to the driver and it is easy to over drive the unit at high volumes if your bass control is not on flat.

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Speakers cut out


Add an external amplifier to the speakers and you will never have this problem again!

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Do large speakers have to be in front


This being a generic question, I can only provide a generic answr:

In multichannel rigs the question of Large vs Small denotes nit the 'size' but the ability to handle bass - Large presumed to be bass-capable. When you identify a particular speaker as 'small' in an AVR you're telling it to redirect bass to either the Subwoofer or the Main Speakers if they are 'Large'. Some AVR's also allow sharing the bass with the sub instead of having it all go there. If you have large speakers configured for bass the realism of surrounding bass sounds is better.

You can have many combinations of Large vs Small speakers in most AV setups but there usually are some dependencies. For example, bass can't be directed from one 'small' speaker to another; or if you select 'small' for the front speakers a Sub is presumed to exist.

I have all large speakers in my set.

Dec 25, 2010 | Audio & Video Receivers

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I have Imperial 4 speakers circa 1971. One of the woofers popped the center black cap and is now fuzzy at moderate bass levels. Can I get a replacement speaker somewhere? Thx, Rich


I do most of my vintage audio shopping on eBay.

You could probably get a whole pair of them for less than sourcing the individual woofer.

http://cgi.ebay.com/Marantz-Imperial-IV-Speakers-model-4-nice-cond-/290510404317?pt=Speakers_Subwoofers&hash=item43a3c4fadd

Ends Dec 15, 201019:15:17 PST - Right now at $15.00 with $15.61 shipping.

Or maybe you just need to refoam them....

http://www.simplyspeakers.com/marantz-speaker-foam-edge-repair-kit-fsk-3.html

At $26.00 for this kit, I'd opt for whole speakers.

Dec 08, 2010 | Marantz Audio & Video Receivers

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How do you adjust the bass levels on a Yamaha HTR6130 receiver? I can get the display to show Bass 0db, but what button changes the settings?


When you touch tone button on your front panel repeatedly, you will get two option for setting bass and trebble, when you select Bass immediatly press your updown Sound field Program Button.
Please note:for better sound if your using Small front speaker keep bass to 0db and select the low frequency through sub woofer and program manually LFE from only Sub woofer and addjust CUT off frequency of Subwoofer to 160 and incase if your bass is not clear put it into rev mode.

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Bare wire sub to single RCA jack receiver


Yes you can modify RCA cables to make bare wire tails.
If the unit has a sub o/p then you just connect up your sub bass unit to whatever the amp needs.

An RCA cable is 2 wire which is all you would normally need for sub bass speaker level signal.
It may be a good idea to eventually upgrade the wire size if you want really good sub bass as lower frequencies draw more current and so require more copper.

Please let me know if this any help, thanks for using FixYa.



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I have a Holden Wasp XL base amp. 100 watt?? Quite old, 70's ish. CAn you tell me how many and what size speakers it will run. Thanks, Lance


hell yer, built in New Zealand... or Aussie, cant remember. Best sort of speaker box for bass is 4 x 10inch quad box. Next. a single 15 inch, or use both together. The head you have I think was more of a PA system than a bass amp, but will certainly do the job. So long as you are not trying to keep up with a Fender twin, or a Marshall stack. 100 watts don't go far for bass. I would go for the single 15 inch driver to more the most air.

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robotek

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No Sound


Do you have unit in surround or Pro Logic mode?

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LEFT SPEAKER HAVE STATIC SOUND AND NOT CLEAR


Hi what are you listening to like cds or tape or radio also are you using copy cds

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