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Problem with left speaker

Old 03-26-2008, 10:53 AM
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It's because your left leg is muffling the sound. If you wire one of the front speakers out of phase, it will actually help the sound imaging. That trick is fromMacleod's grandpappy!
Old 03-28-2008, 09:32 PM
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Music isnt recorded on both channels equally. Some images are left of center and some are right of center. Guitars and such and even some vocals are usually right of center which would mean theyre coming out of the right speaker louder. Assuming all the levels, balance and wiring is correct - it may just be your imagination.

Also remember that since the right speaker is more on axis than the left speaker, youre going to get the higher frequencies at a much higher level of intensity from the right. The higher the frequency, the more directional it becomes which means the further you go off axis from it, the quieter if becomes.
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