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Old 19th October 2013, 03:25 PM   #1
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So my test equipment doesn't consist of much, and depends on an older Technics integrated amp for testing speakers. It also doubles as my kitchen system when not testing.

Last night I was testing a speaker and noticed that the bass was lacking and since I had just eyeballed the xo, I figured the problem lay there. After having worked it all out and gotten satisfactory results, I sat back kind of amazed how simple it was. Then I realized that for whatever reason (probably late night cooking), I had the bass turned down a bunch on the amps EQ

So after learning some about crossover I didn't need to, I am back at square one, with EQ disabled, and find it's a much less overwhelming the second time around. I suppose there are pluses in everything. (Except the left side of the EQ dial haha)

I'm just glad there was no high voltage involved in this mishap. As i always say: Measure thrice, cut twice, but never pecker around with wires.
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