newoverkill Posted June 25, 2007 Share Posted June 25, 2007 Hi there, well I still don't find my peace with my Scalas ;-) It seems to me that one speaker is slightly louder than the other one. So I changed the loudspeakercable (left/right speaker) and the result is that primarily female voices change from one speaker to the other one. This indicates to me that there is a fault in the chain of components before the speakers. So I started to experiement with a test CD by Denon, measuring pink noise frequencies of 125 Hz, 1 kHz und 8 kHz for each channel (= 3 signals), using a noise level meter. The results are as follows: left channel/right channel62 / 6665 / 6570 / 73 This shows indeed to me that one channel is louder than the other one. So I changed the loudspeakercable (left / right) and expected to find the values changed from one speaker to the other one. But the result is different: left channel/right channel64 / 6367 / 6372 / 71Does anyone have an explanation for that? Could it be that there is something wrong with the crossover of one of the speakers??? Thanks for your feedback and greetings from good old Germany, Bernd Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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