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    Default Alpine and I cant figure this one out, so Im here.

    I have a Polk component set, a pair in front and in rear.
    I have an alpine F450 4 channel amp.

    When you use the fader, and fade in front (CH 1,2) centered I have much less bass then when I move it to the left and to the right. Each speaker separate produces bass. Channel 3,4 are cool.

    Alpine says I have a phase problem, so I switched around +, - channels 1, 4 so as to not cancel one another out (they suggest). I also did it with 1, 2 just to see. Both attempts yield no results to correct the problem.

    My final test was to unplug Ch.1 all together. I found that Ch.2 plays music on both L and R sides of the fade control w/ a little difference in sound quality, and visa versa.

    Anyone know whats going on here?

    Theater:

    Pioneer Elite VSX-55TXI
    Adcom 555
    Acoustic Research AR9 (Latest)
    JBL S Center
    Definitive Technologies ProCinema 1000 (Surround x2)
    JBL PS1400 Sub
    Monster 3600 MkII Conditioner
    NAD T572 DVD
    PS3
    Lots of wire

    -Looking for a decent Sunfire MK II-

    Samsung LNT-4665F
    Polk OMW3 - TV Speakers

    Vintage:

    Pioneer SX-780
    Pioneer PLA-45D Turntable
    Advent Heritage Speakers

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    This sounds like it is a car audio question? You might have a lot more luck over in the Auto section of the forum.

    Oh, and welcome to the club, I guess. Go BUCKS!!

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