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  1. MitchL

    MitchL Auditioning

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    Please help with some info concerning the set-up of my acurus act-3 and mondial a125x5 amp. I can't get the center channel speaker, a Kef 90 to sound very good in dolby digital mode. When used in stereo mode the sound is fine. I adjusted the system according to instrution manual but the sound is still " distant". Any ideas? with the info provided. THANKS
     
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    Please help with some info concerning the set-up of my acurus act-3 and mondial a125x5 amp. I can't get the center channel speaker, a Kef 90 to sound very good in dolby digital mode. When used in stereo mode the sound is fine. I adjusted the system according to instrution manual but the sound is still " distant". Any ideas? with the info provided. THANKS
     
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    almost has an echo to it? sounds like a dsp mode is on if just quiet then the level is to low
     
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    almost has an echo to it? sounds like a dsp mode is on if just quiet then the level is to low
     
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    please explain dsp mode? level is high enough for stereo is there a seperate control for dolby?
     
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    please explain dsp mode? level is high enough for stereo is there a seperate control for dolby?
     
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    DSP = Digital Signal Processing to give an effect of ambience to 2 channel.

    Really the ctr should be silent in stereo.

    If you can find the level trims for each individual channel, try to level them off by ear. If the center is of similar make and model compared to the left and right, the values should be close.
     
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    DSP = Digital Signal Processing to give an effect of ambience to 2 channel.

    Really the ctr should be silent in stereo.

    If you can find the level trims for each individual channel, try to level them off by ear. If the center is of similar make and model compared to the left and right, the values should be close.
     

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