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Conversation Between LordoftheRings and Lt. Aldo Raine
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  1. LordoftheRings
    02-21-2011 03:21 PM
    PM sent this morning at about 7:15 AM.

    * Keep in touch if you want to resolve your issue!

    Have a great day,
  2. LordoftheRings
    02-19-2011 06:44 AM
    Part 3

    Let's get down to it ONCE & FOR ALL!

    And help me out in helping you!
  3. LordoftheRings
    02-19-2011 06:43 AM
    Part 2

    1. Start by manually setting all your Speaker Crossovers at 80 Hz.
    2. Set both Subs with their Phase at 0 degree, and their Volume at 1/4 (9 o'clock), and their Low Pass Filters (x-over) on "Bypass", or if not avail, to their highest position.
    3. Make sure that in your receiver the Sub is set to "Yes" or "On", and that you don't have any type of "Double Bass" or "Front + LFE" settings activated.

    ~ And at low volume levels, go to each of your speakers and put your ear right next to them (2") and try to hear for anomalies.
    ~ And tell me where your Master volume control is set at when you hear the nasty stuff!
    ~ And also all your Speaker levels, individually, as set by your Yamaha receiver.
    ~ And is YPAO engaged?
    ~ And if your Master Volume level range is from 0 dB to 99 dB (Absolute Volume), DON'T EVER pass 80 dB!
    ~ And if it is the Relative Volume, DON'T EVER pass 0 dB in your receiver's display window volume indicator! {Even -5dB maximum would be better.}
  4. LordoftheRings
    02-19-2011 06:06 AM
    Part 1

    Hi, and glad to hear from you again!
    But less glad to hear that you still have that same issue!

    OK, lesse, at high volume levels you hear distortion or bad noises of some sort right?
    But at low volume levels it's fine right?

    You have to be very clear and refresh my memory on what's going on, and with your newest gear, as I am a member at several Audio sites and I am very active in the discussions that I take part in.

    I believe you now have a Yamaha receiver, the HTR6063. And your speakers are three Boston Acoustics CS26s, two Energy C200s, and two Precision Acoustic Subs.
    And what is your source now, a Sony Blu-ray player?

    *** What is it exactly that it does a high volume levels? And like how loud is it?
    The better you can describe it and from which speaker(s) and how loud exactly you are listening at, the better I can pinpoint your issue.

    ...And stop spending anymore money until we know what needs to be done, OK?

  5. Lt. Aldo Raine
    02-18-2011 03:04 PM
    Lt. Aldo Raine
    i just think its messed up, 5 different players, 5 different receivers, spending more money each time, and all the same
    and new monster power unit, and no difference
  6. Lt. Aldo Raine
    02-18-2011 01:40 PM
    Lt. Aldo Raine
    hey LOR hows it going?
    if u remember my problem
    then i still have it
    now i dont really watch movies low, i like to watch them loud in the day
    but i noticed that wen i watched them acouple times at nite with low volumes i didnt have any problems(or didnt hear them)
    what is causing this and what can i do to solve it?
    maybe it is happening at all times but too low to hear it but it dosent seem that way
    am i just not getting enough power to my speakers?
    crossover setting wrong?
    im asking u 1st because u have been very helpful in the past
    thanks hope all is well

    yamaha htr6063,(90wtts per channel, but i know i am not getting anywhere close to the witch 5 speakers)
    3 boston acoustics cs26's 150wtts
    and 2 energy c200s i think 200wtts
    and 2 percision acoutics subs
  7. LordoftheRings
    01-04-2011 04:10 PM
    Thank you very much for your reply with answers.
    Direct & precise, just the way I like.

    My family is thee best!
  8. Lt. Aldo Raine
    01-04-2011 02:54 PM
    Lt. Aldo Raine
    the lady(actress) in my avatar is Emmanuelle chriqui
    i dont have any pics available of anything right now i use my ps3 as my computer and it dosent let u upload images, it has the option but wont for some reason
    i live in a bungalow it was probably built in the 50's or early, my grandparents have live in this hous since my mother was born or even sooner, its in pretty good shape
    ledger is not my fav actor i just love what he did with the joker and its a role that can never be forgotten
    i was going to add more albums before my comp crashed but never got around to it
    i love dicaprio, nic cage, gary oldman, bale
    im not sure about these audio issues and why i am having them, but its good too kno i got ppl to help me out
    was looking at ur pics and u seem to have great family
  9. LordoftheRings
    01-04-2011 02:18 PM
    Aldo, who is the lady in your avatar? ...Sorry I just don't know her.

    Also, do you have a picture of yourself? If you want to.

    And, a picture of your older house where you live? I luv older houses.

    And, any idea now why you have those audio issues?

    And, why so many pictures of your favorite actor? Is there others? Or he's the only one?

    And, that's about it!
  10. LordoftheRings
    11-09-2010 06:52 AM
    I didn't say to you, but I did mention (suggested very clearly) to try another BD player; and you did try the Sony BDP-S360 player, and you said it was also producing static noise and all.
    Now, you just tried a Panasonic BD player and it's working fine without noise coming from your speakers, more static.
    ...So I let you deduct your own conclusions...

    * I'm finally glad that you're out of the dark woods...

    Have a great week & enjoy your BD movies,

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