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#85688 - 01/23/11 12:52 PM Re: Speaker Level Calibration [Re: dwmayo1]
XenonMan Offline

Registered: 04/08/08
Posts: 2676
Loc: Columbus,North Carolina
Polarity will cause the speakers to be out of phase and the bass to be muddled. It shouldn't cause static. Check your wiring closely and make sure that all of the strands of wire are connected to the speakers terminals and the amp outputs so none are touching and thing other than the terminals.
Music system
Model 990/7500/Magnepan 1.6 QRs/Technics SL1200 MK2/Aperion S-12 Subwoofer/OWA3/Sony NS75H DVD
APC H15 Power Conditioner

TV System
Large Advent Loudspeakers/ Polk center/Monoprice surrounds/Panasonic Viera 42 inch/Onkyo HT-RC260/Sony BDP S590/Directv

Home Theater System
Onkyo PR-SC886/Outlaw 7125 Klipsch RF-82 L/R,RC-62 center, RB-35 SR/SL, BENQ HT1075, Outlaw LFM1-EX/OPPO BDP-83/Directv
Harmony ONE
Blue Jeans and Monoprice interconnects
APC H15 Power Conditioner

#86864 - 04/28/11 06:28 PM Re: Speaker Level Calibration [Re: dwmayo1]
tapwon Offline
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Registered: 08/29/09
Posts: 1
I used a spl meter (radio shack now has a digital for $50, $40 if you send a survey) and calibrated beheringer EQ's and a feedback destroyer,using a test disc. From there use the spl to adjust speaker sound levels. Whala, all smooth and balanced.

Outlaw 950
Rotel RB 985 Mark II
Klipsch Forte II,s (front)
Klipsch KV-3 Centers(2)
Klipsch KG4,s (using 2 of 4 I own)
SVS 16-46 PCI sub
Behringer 8024 EQ's (2)
Behringer 1024 Feedback Destroyer

Edited by tapwon (04/28/11 06:31 PM)
Edit Reason: spelling

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