I have klipsch reference speakers in 7.1 system, I have a pioneer 92 txh, currently i have been experimenting with sub placement. I have tried the trick where you put sub in listening position and walk around room and i didnt find good results my gut tells me to put in corner I have tried 4' inches from back and side and found pretty good results. I think i will put it 3" inches from back and side. My gain control is in the third notch position because if it is any higher the pionner doesnt accept it in calibration. i think im on right path. does anybody have any insight for me?
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no brand of receiver is matched to certain speakers. Denon is a decent brand of receiver (but most of the low to mid range models are almost identical to Pioneer inside). Go with a good receiver that has the functions that you need that fits in your budget.
Bi-amping indicated that you have two amps, one for the tweeters, adn another for the woofer, in a two way system. If you don't have two seperate amps, you can use the speaker A & B outputs to run seperate speaker llines to each set of speaker inputs, but that will not be true bi-amping. Another alternative is to use jumpers to connect the speaker inputs together, this not needing seperate amps. Here's a link to the owner's manual: http://www.manualslib.com/manual/359882/Klipsch-Reference-Series-Rb-41-Ii.html#product-Reference%20Series%20RB-81%20II
Please check your external connections, power if everything is ok then.. First please confirm when did you purchased this Active sub., This sub system is having 5years warrantee on Speaker and 3year on Amplifier. Hence, if you are the due date please give it for free checkup and replacement for parts.
Unfortunately, the most common problem with powered sub woofers, including definitive technology, is that the capacitors inside dry out. To check the speaker, you can connect any line level audio source (like an mp3 player) to the speaker and see if it comes on. If it does come on, then you will know the speaker is ok. If not, then the speaker will need servicing. Powered sub woofers are not usually a DIY project.
If you have the harmon kardon receiver, check out this reasonably priced system. You can actually find it cheaper than at this website but I have these speakers and, when paired with the Klipsch sub-woofer, it makes movie watching an unbelievable experience.
The EMachines T3638 comes with High Definition Audio support and you should be able to connect a 6 speaker system (1 subwoofer and 5 speakers).
I believe they are color coded as well. I believe the speaker set you are referring to is the Klipsch ProMedia Ultra 5.1. Is that correct?
Below is the a link to the connection instruction manual. It is a pdf document that you can print out. The instructions for installing the Speaker set is on pages 3 & 4 under Signal Connection and Speak Connection.