it took me awhile to find this forum and probably where i can seek some advice.
I have taken the switch to Def tech pro cinema series in a bid to make the house more child friendly and less cluttered. I was on floorstanders, big centres and on wall etc previously.
I am on PC 2000, 4 pieces of PM1000 as front L/R and Front wide L/R, and 4 pieces of PM800 as side and rear.surround.
At the moment I am having 2 problems:
I may have mounted the PC 2000 a little too high, (and bring it down lower might be quite a bit of work), and the dialogue seems to be out of sync. Is there any way I can over come this with adjustment or eq of any sort? or is it a must to bring it lower? It is currently tilted downwards directly firing at the swetee spot.
2nd issue I have is with the promount90, my setup was install by the dealer and for the last few days I have had them coming over to replace the rubber ball joint 3 times, I am not sure what is wrong but the rubber kept tearing up, causing the speaker to slide and finally stop when it is facing downwards or against the wall. the strange thing is this only happens with the front L/R and not the front wide, which are PM1000 as well on the same mount. I suspect that it could be due to the amount of audio information that is play thru the front L/R that is causing the speaker to vibrate and weaken the rubber joint, causing it to tear and slide. Anyone met this problem before? and how it was solved? I am relaly sadden by this and the worst thing i can imagine is to have the speaker loosening up and falling onto the kids.
Any help is very much appreciated.