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  1. John Garcia

    PSB 5T sounds "weird"

    Your receiver most likely delivers more power at 6 Ohms, but don't blindly assume that it delivers a "rule-of-thumb" level of power. That power is not FREE either, it comes in the form of higher current draw, meaning the amps are trying to deliver more power than they are rated for. The 6 Ohm...
  2. John Garcia

    PSB 5T sounds "weird"

    Your receiver most likely delivers more power at 6 Ohms, but don't blindly assume that it delivers a "rule-of-thumb" level of power. That power is not FREE either, it comes in the form of higher current draw, meaning the amps are trying to deliver more power than they are rated for. The 6 Ohm...
  3. John Garcia

    PSB 5T sounds "weird"

    How many of the speakers have the problem? Sounds like you fried tweeter(s), and while PSB may take care of it for you, it is likely that it is not a speaker problem, but rather a potential lack of power from your receiver.
  4. John Garcia

    PSB 5T sounds "weird"

    How many of the speakers have the problem? Sounds like you fried tweeter(s), and while PSB may take care of it for you, it is likely that it is not a speaker problem, but rather a potential lack of power from your receiver.
  5. John Garcia

    PSB 5T sounds "weird"

    At low volume, listening closely, put your hand over the tweeter, then remove it. If there is no difference, the tweeter is probably fried. If the jumpers are connected, they are not the problem. I'd say the 696 is probably pushing its limits with those speakers.
  6. John Garcia

    PSB 5T sounds "weird"

    At low volume, listening closely, put your hand over the tweeter, then remove it. If there is no difference, the tweeter is probably fried. If the jumpers are connected, they are not the problem. I'd say the 696 is probably pushing its limits with those speakers.
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