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Old 21st April 2009, 08:10 AM   #1
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Default Stax Lamda - how to wire the cable ? Tweaks ?

I bought a SR Lambda pro with SRM1/mkII pro amp and found that the drivers are out of phase.
Can't say if someone has doctored or if that was Stax's mistake.

Where does the wire with the white line go ?
To the right terminal that is closer to the ear or to the left that is the outer stator ?

Also I found that the Lambda pro has a high frequency boost that is also documented in the operating instructions.



Any tweaks for the Lambda ?
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