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boxerjake

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Good luck--Keep Thinkin'--You'll figure it out.
Thanks brother appreciated your thoughts

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Try tilting them back a little bit.
Perfect worked like a charm, image is taller and bass is still intact, thank you, im definitely a happy chappy now

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In my opinion the quality of music reproduction - incusive imaging - depends on a variery of factors - room (obviously) but also quality of amp(s), speakers etc. A good friend of mine suggested so mod to the power supply of my currect preamp - does one hear the change - yes, I do - and yes again, imaging has improved as well - then I added a new sub to my Khorns - and yes, properly dialed in this has improved imaging as well. So all in all it is probably a question of more than one item/factor that influences how we perceive sounds, imaging etc.

 

Nice Carvers btw - many years ago I had the standard version - but unfortunately not the right amp (meaning powerful) to run them.

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Could someone please help this guy, It kind of looks like he is pushing his AVR to much and/or he is trying to get more volume than what his speakers and make ?

 

 

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