I suspect that this is not a simple answer but before I purchase I'd like to know the facts
My home cinema system uses 2 MS 903i rear surrounds, 2 904i floorstanders and the 905i centre speaker. I love the speakers. I now want to add the MS 309i sub woofer which I am assuming should fit seamlessly.
However unlike the speakers the sub has to be configured, using the various different settings.
2. Notch filter
In simple terms - how do I do it?
Lots of ways. To set it up properly you will need a decibel meter, Radio Shack makes a nice one. With the meter volume can easily be set as well as phase. I'm assuming frequency is the crossover frequency, generally set at 80Hz. This one involves some trial and error as I am not familiar with your speakers. Don't know much about the notch filter. A good resource for setting up subs can be found at: http://www.hometheatershack.com/forums/bfd-rew-forum/index3.html
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Hi - Just reading your problem with the 906's and removing the front cover to replace the tweeter. Did you ever solve the issue? because I tried today and I can't budge the silver cover once the screws have been removed. My email address is [email protected] if you can help - thanks
Hello. I appreciate this is an old post but in case someone still has one of these.I just got one in for repair today. Get two rca connectors and short them out so the input is grounded. If this fixes the problem then it is coming in through the inputs. If not then the two large filter caps need replacing. Another problem these units have is the glue that holds the small filter caps etc corrodes the board after a few years. Clean it off, repair the tracks and coat the board with pcb lacquer.
Hiya, its the cone. The former is touching the magnet inside. Realignment is really tricky and dont know many people who can do that so you may either have to live with it or see if someone can recone it in your area.
I had similar problems my tweeter was blowen and it had to be replaced... I actually blew the speaker many times using a NAD amp as there were spikes coming from the amp. I changed the amp to a Marantz PM7200 and have had no problems since.