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Old 20th September 2005, 10:11 AM   #1
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Default Tweeking Trust SP 3600A subwoofer

Hi All,

I recently installed a Trust SP 3600A 2.1 system in our kitchen to extend our Home cinema system. The setup works great except for the bass, it's far to "boomy". I have "stuffed" the port with some rolled up foam and the effect is almost perfect. Is there anything else I can do to reduce the bass response? The subwoofer is ported to the rear and there is no bass control on the wired remote, only On/Off and Volume.
I suppose that the ideal would be to put a variable high pass filter on the input.

Thanks in advance for any replies.

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Old 20th September 2005, 04:55 PM   #2
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You could put the subwoofer far away from the floor, ceiling, walls and especially corners. You'll lose some bass that way.
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