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    Default Polk audio monitor 60s series II

    I just bought a pair and i have them hooked up to the Denon AVR1312 and I was just wondering why they sound kinda quiet and muffled? Is it because they need to break in? How long? Thanks.

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    Welcome to the forum!

    My M70's with through a little break in period. Positioning is important, if you have them 7' apart, you want to be about 7-10' away from them. Also, maybe toe them in a bit so the axis crosses in front, at the ear or just behind the listening area.

    Not having them too close to the wall, giving a bit of space around the speaker.

    Did you set them up yourself or do you have an auto calibration?
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    i set them up myself and did a dumb move and took off that piece that has the u shapes on the ends. Didn't realize i wasn't suppose to do that unless i biamp and so i put that back on and now they sound good.

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    Ahhhh yes, the jumpers. Glad you have good sounding speakers now.
    Draggn' knee is exhilarating, 150mph wheel standers are pretty cool too


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    First purchase will be; a pair of ? but I'd love a pair of SDA SRS

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