Type: Posts; User: Chameleon2
what's a cheater plug?
Alright, cablebox as in DVR or whatever for the TV. Didn't realize that is what was meant since I have no idea how that could affect this sub and not the others.
Hum still there and no solutions...
Sorry, I'm not sure what you mean by cablebox.
Is it the part (component) of the s/w where the cable connects too?
Replaceable? A plug-in component or soldered?
Well, tried 2 different cables, hum still there.
Changed anything....no, it's been "as-is" for a long time.
As I posted before, I have not used the system in 2 weeks when I started hearing the noise.
I'll try changing the cable this evening...
Sorry, I guess I could have given a bit more background.
Have had the s/w for ~2 years; worked great.
Just watching the TV yesterday (A/V receiver off) and heard the faint sound.
Just started yesterday.
Thinking it might be the 60hz problem - just don't know how to solve it.
I just bought a Onkyo TX-ST607.2 from Amazon.
It's superb AVR; unfortunately for me, I had just assumed :o it was an upgraded 605.1. (w/addtional subout) Well it's not and I wish I had paid...
Is the 707 @ $500 shipped that much better than the 607 @ $350 shipped?
Which makes and models are the best product(s) in the price range shown.
Samples: Onkyo TX-RS607/-RS707; Pioneer VSK-1019AH-K, Denon AVR-1910
Speakers: 5.1 to 7.2 layout.
Of course want lots...
I have to use my subs in the back of the room due to space limitations. I want the cable hidden, so I'll be routing it thru walls and in the crawl space.
For the thru wall application, is better...
MP1000 = MP2000 in terms of performance.
Polk's ebay store had one for buy now $349.
Someone bid on it which kills the 'buy now' option....
I've tried forward firing with my DSW's; for my application, in my setup, downward beats forward easily.
I guess that shouldn't be a surprise since that's the way Polk designed them to operate;...
actually, I wound up using a very small crescent (monkey) wrench on them at the base of the spike where it meets up with the bottom of the speaker; rotate ccw to loosen just like a...
The cone-shaped feet pull off leaving metal spikes which must be unscrewed.
Screw the spikes into the holes on the side with all of the connections, then push the feet back on.
It works, but...
Subscribed to thread; interested in what other DSW owners feel about this.
I'll be ordering some 90 degree power cords soon for trying my subs in the forward firing position (btw, Crutchfield has...
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Let me edit my post and try this again:
oops, I should have mentioned that this is for HT.
I have two subs that I currently testing to find out the best place for them.
But, the questions I have are on how best to connect when NOT using an AVR LFE.
The first sub is connected to the...
Polk lists "Loud & Low Specs" of 120.2db (low) & 106.4db (ultra)
The room is 27' x 13' x 9' high. TV and L/C/R speakers along the 13' wall.
DSW MicroPro 4000 for $1100 (free shipping) -