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Is this echo normal?

Discussion in 'Beginners, General Questions' started by Sekki, Jul 10, 2018.

  1. Sekki

    Sekki Auditioning

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    Hey everyone just signed up just now and hoping to get some answers since I'm a noobie with speaker systems.

    I recently purchased a Refurbished Klipsch RP-140SA upfiring Atmos speaker pair and as the title of this post states is this echo normal? Bought 5 speakers along with the RP-140SA and only the Atmos speakers have this lingering sound after music/movies are paused. Need to know so I can figure out if I should return these Refurbished speakers. Hopefully the echo comes through and you can hear it. Thanks!

     
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    There's absolutely zero chance this is caused by the speakers. It's physically impossible, as far as I can think of, for a speaker to produce a sound that isn't sent to it. The receiver is most likely set to some kind of processing mode with a lot of ambiance in it.
     
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    THANK YOU! Since you told me that it isn't speaker related and probably the receiver it made me realize what I changed when I set it up. I had a thing called accureflex on that was causing it.
     
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    once again John you are helping a newbee
     

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