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Old 07-05-2008, 05:08 AM   #1
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So on my Klipsch RW-12d, there is a setting on the menus called Phase (assuming its to adjust to make the sub in-phase with the speakers) and it goes from 0 to 180, just wondering if there's a science to setting this or what? lol
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ha! that would be good to know. i have a similar setting. i just adjusted to where it sounded better.
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found this
http://reviews.cnet.com/4520-11254_7-6360441-6.html
always had mine set to 0

edit: you have to scroll down on the page
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oh nice... well i put the phase to 180 and it gave me way better bass! Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture (in DTS 5.1) never sounded so alive!!!
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The phase setting where you get the louder bass is the correct one. If bass sound waves are not in phase (out of phase) they cancel each other and their volume lowers or is eliminated.
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The phase setting where you get the louder bass is the correct one. If bass sound waves are not in phase (out of phase) they cancel each other and their volume lowers or is eliminated.
well i kinda knew that (from research i was doing when i wanted to get 2 subs) but i wasnt sure if there was like a special way to figure it out or if u just do it by ear... guess i know now lol
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