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Old 12th May 2006, 01:34 AM   #1
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hi i want to have more bass for aleph-p how can i do that ?
any one ? i current ly has aleph -p and aleph -x so i need some susgestion and i see that it have out put capassitor of 30uf so does it make differece? and what is the imput impedance of aleph-x ? if i put two resistor in serie of the input will it extend the bass ?
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i mean i want to put two resistor in serie of the input of the aleph-x so the effect of the 30uf will be lower at lower frequency is that right ?
please tell ? i want to do that just because it does not seen real i mean i need real bass
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I don't think your bass problems comes from these amps...
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Old 12th May 2006, 11:55 AM   #4
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so what do you think could be ?
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I have no idea.. What amps did you use before? Have you changed anything in your setup before swithing to aleph p/x?
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i have as4 thershold
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Old 13th May 2006, 04:22 PM   #8
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I agree with Mad_K, I would not be looking at the Aleph-P as a source for the base problem.

Have you tried different source material?

The Aleph series amps and pre-amps are very sonically accurate. I had a friend bring some of his favorate CD's over play on my system, and the deep base was not there for him. I had him listen longer to hear that the base instruments being played are now accurately replicated. The proof was each of the instruments was now tonally layered by ocatave and distinctive, and not one "thump" as on his mid-fi system. BTW, he was playing early Beatles music, with Paul on the Hoffman bass.

I then played material that goes deep and the articulation of the bass shows the systems authoritative control into the lower octaves. I played some classical material with great kettle drums and then Fleetwood Mac's the Dance CD which rattles the furniture.


A good amp helps, quality recording material, and the music actually having a strong base line are important factors. Extremely important, do your speakers go down to 35hz or better?


Just some thoughts,

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my speaker is ar limited 3 the new one how much bass can it give ?
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and when i played with sa4 i did feel much more of what we call QQQ when there is bass in the music
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