New member from Canada.
Greetings from Ontario! I'm a bit of a newb when it comes to old or "vintage" audio. I recently sent in my Marantz 2245 to have a tech to see why my left channel is not as loud as my right. I purchased it from a yard sale and has been good to me these past 10 or so years. I drive a Rega Planar 2 turntable with the old R200 arm with an Ortofon Concorde, 30 stylus. This I listen to through a pair of Sansui S-730 three way speakers on one channel and a pair of Paradigm Titan bookshelfs on the B channel. Hope to learn lots!
You have a problem: you have one speaker in excess !
While the receiver is...receiving the inspection, why don't you play with the
I see from the web, an image of that Paradigm Titan, and it has an easily openable
You can remove it, and also the acoustic absorber ...well, or move it :)
Ok:Lesson one .
Stereophonic recording and the necessity of two acoustical sources to determine ...
Welcome to the forum from the Left Coast.
Thank you for the warm welcome. Just to clarify, I have one pair on speaker selector "A" and one pair on speaker selector "B". The tech on the receiver is very experienced and the stereo light also doesn't work when I tune into a strong FM signal.
Oh, ok, now I get it; I was confused by the 'channel' identification...so I tought
that unbalancing the output with different loads might have stressed one channel.
The receiver might be good ( warm :p sound) but it's an integrated radio-pre&lifier so there are some compromises .
Sorting out the best sound from each stage then send it to some good ( best ?)
speakers is the goal for most of us.
Also, to be complete, extracting all the informations from the source component and listening in a room with good acoustics.
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