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I have the MHC-GX9000 and Im not sure what settings to place my EQ levels at? The mid, the low and the high? Any kind of help here will be appreciated! I've been adjusting it for two days and I can't get it right.

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In most cases the mid will give the full sound, from that position you can tweak it slightly up to bring out more bass, middle tones, and highs.

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I have the MHC-GX9000 and Im not sure what settings to place my EQ levels at? The mid, the low and the high? Any kind of help here will be appreciated! I've been adjusting it for two days and I...


  • It's all by ear. Every person is different. I like to turn the low up all the way. That's the base. I turn the highs almost all the way up and the mid levels midway between the middle and all the way to the top. above midway. This makes it loud with bass and the high pitch of a tweeter so you can hear the words and instrumentals and the mid levels can be heard still. This is best served for rock and rap. Classical and jazz you want the highs all the way up and the mid levels about midway and the lows about half way between all the way and midway. this make it loud but puts the emphasis on the instrumentals.

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I have a Sony mhc gx9000 unit but I don't have da original speakers or wires how can I use it with normal speaker wire. Speakers


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http://esupport.sony.com/US/perl/model-documents.pl?mdl=MHCGX9000

You'll notice there are no facilities for balancing the relative volumes in the electronics. After-market speakers of unknown sensitivities would be impossible to match if it could even drive them sufficiently loud.

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Although I am not familiar with the Zoom HD 8 Track I am a former sound engineer so may be able to offer some general advice.
Firstly, because the wave pattern of low frequencies is very long, there are a number of things that will greatly effect bass response caused by standing waves.
1) The position of your bass monitors. Ideally these should be low down but not directly on the floor, especially if the flooring is wooden.
2) Try your monitors/speakers at a slightly different angle. Bass can bounce off walls, back towards the sound source and phase out the signal, rather like a noise cancelling system.
3) Try listening to the sound in different areas of the room. You will be amazed at how the sound pressure level will vary, simply by you moving from one position to another.
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