Panasonic sa-he9

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  1. sam_canavo

    sam_canavo Stunt Coordinator

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    Just wondered if anyone has answers to this. I have the panasonic with psb alphas front, paradigm3se minis rear, sound dynamics passive sub and center. The sub is connected to an older pioneer amp that is connected to the pre-out of the receiver.

    The problem is when I set the bass and treble to flat on the reciever the sub sounds fine but as soon as I change it

    the sub drops off. This only happens in the stereo mode and it doesn't matter if the the speakers are set to large/small

    Any suggestions or reasons why?

    I am hoping to purchase powered sub soon.
     
  2. sam_canavo

    sam_canavo Stunt Coordinator

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    Anybody?
     
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    sam_canavo Stunt Coordinator

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    Is this in the wrong forum?
     
  4. sam_canavo

    sam_canavo Stunt Coordinator

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    Obviously this receiver isn't familiar with anyone or it isn't good enough to make these posts. Sorry about that.

    My av store doesn't have the information and it isn't supplied in the manual.
     
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    All I can tell you is that the Panasonic is a replacement for the Technics line and actually sounded pretty good.
     
  6. sam_canavo

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    Adil

    Yes it does sound good I just wish I could fix this little problem. I guess I could run the passive sub from the receiver and the mains from the sub but that seems silly.
     

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