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post #1 of 5 Old 07-20-2012, 03:33 PM - Thread Starter
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Hey guys I have jbl cs6100 speakers and denon avr-790. My last calibration which sounded great full rich sound was done with my font left and right speakers on top of some old bookshelf speakers because i did not have stands yet. Now after putting sattelites on stand at ear level 3ft 8in there is no bass no mids sounds horrible sounds like i dont even have a subwoofer. Also it set crossover for font left and right to 200 and it should be 150 like the rest of my sattelites every other calibration i have done set all sattelites to 150hz . Any ideas how it could sound so much different I am very familiar with audyssey mic placement and speakers are correctly layed out so I dont get it.
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sorry tried to post under audyssey
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Here's a brave solution: put them back where you had a good calibration!!!!!
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I am i just thought it was going to be better closer to ear level i dont see why it would change so drastically only thing i did was move front left and right up about a foot same angle same mic locations
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put them back to 2ft 2in off ground to middle of speaker now it sounds good again. better stop messing with speaker location because i get tired of having to recalibrate.
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