Boominess in my setup.

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Justin Ward, Oct 6, 2002.

  1. Justin Ward

    Justin Ward Supporting Actor

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    I finally got my Titans wall mounted today. They are positioned much further apart so the separation is better. The bass is much louder but also boomier because they are next to a corner. I stuffed the ports and the boominess went away and but so did the low range extension. I can live with the boominess for now, but once I get a sub will it sound ok?
     
  2. keir

    keir Stunt Coordinator

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    you might try turning down the bass on your receiver. eqing it down might make up a bit for the wall mounting. mounting speakers to a wall will almost always make them too bassy, especially the mains.
     
  3. TomCW

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    I'd try something other than wall mounting, if possible. Moving 'em out into the room a bit could help.
    Tom
     

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