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The GX300 would benefit a better amp, but I don't think it's amp that causes the pain in the ears. Do you experience pain with other speakers? The tweeters is not power hungry, the bass drivers are. You could borrow a more powerful amp an give it a try.
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Need your help. I purchased Monitor Audio GX gold 300, I have started to feel problems in my ear, non of the people in the family is having any issue, Went to the Doctor, no issues. I am running this on Marantz SR6006. No doubt these are powerful speakers with ribbon tweeter, sound amazing attention to detail. some time too detail. Some advised me the amp is not enough for this, need to get much powerful one, like the SR 7010. Would you think changing amp is crucial. it is quite a strange situation. I am visiting ENT specialist to check my years. The ear pain is deep inside as if there is some sort of pressure in the ear, this has made my ear sensitive.
does ribbon tweeter require powerful amp?
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What a lot of people either don't know or ignore is that loud sounds from music, work environment, etc, eventually damage your hearing permanently. When you go to the ENT he will do a hearing test and tell you about your specific hearing, good, bad or getting bad by frequency! I often hear people saying that they listen at "reference" level which I think is 80 DB. If you listen at anything louder than 80 DB for long periods of time, especially as you get older, you will be damaging your hearing permanently over time. What you are describing doesn't sound like a symptom of the speakers, etc, unless you are playing them much louder that before. Before doing anything see what the ENT says and I would suggest playing your sound system at a lower level and see what happens.
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What a lot of people either don't know or ignore is that loud sounds from music, work environment, etc, eventually damage your hearing permanently. When you go to the ENT he will do a hearing test and tell you about your specific hearing, good, bad or getting bad by frequency! I often hear people saying that they listen at "reference" level which I think is 80 DB. If you listen at anything louder than 80 DB for long periods of time, especially as you get older, you will be damaging your hearing permanently over time. What you are describing doesn't sound like a symptom of the speakers, etc, unless you are playing them much louder that before. Before doing anything see what the ENT says and I would suggest playing your sound system at a lower level and see what happens.
I think reference level is 85dB with peaks up to 105dB. ****ing loud, IMO.

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I recently got a new larger TV and my current center speaker is too large to fit below my new TV on the mantel. I need some recommendations for a new center. The available space is 6" tall x 8" deep. I've heard that you want to keep all your speakers in the same family to have consistent sound so I would like to stay in the Klipsch family but if you know of something comparable that would work please feel free to recommend. My 5.1 system is below. Thanks!

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Hi Samye,


Appreciate your reply, I just upgraded my speakers and I don't hear that loud max I go is -20/-18 volume level. I never had this problem with my old speakers which is pro audio and it is no way close to these high end speakers which gives you amazing sound imaging. The dealer who sold these speakers was little concern about the amp I had as he said these need much powerful and quality amp. I was in the impression that all this is because of my amp. I also checked my ears and there is no infection. problem starting when my ears started to pop and give pain/headache. I am still dong some more health test. its a very stressful situation as I love these speakers. I see you have these speakers complete front set, what is your opinion on the sound quality and what amp do you use, I use these for movies and music. Thank you
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Thank you for your reply. I just upgraded my speakers and I don't hear that loud max I go is -20/-18 volume level. I never had this problem with my old speakers which is pro audio and it is no way close to these high end speakers which gives you amazing sound imaging. The dealer who sold these speakers was little concern about the amp I had as he said these need much powerful and quality amp. I was in the impression that all this is because of my amp. I also checked my ears and there is no infection. problem starting when my ears started to pop and give pain/headache. I am still dong some more health test. its a very stressful situation as I love these speakers. I see you have these speakers complete front set, what is your opinion on the sound quality and what amp do you use, I use these for movies and music. Thank you
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Hi Samye,


Appreciate your reply, I just upgraded my speakers and I don't hear that loud max I go is -20/-18 volume level. I never had this problem with my old speakers which is pro audio and it is no way close to these high end speakers which gives you amazing sound imaging. The dealer who sold these speakers was little concern about the amp I had as he said these need much powerful and quality amp. I was in the impression that all this is because of my amp. I also checked my ears and there is no infection. problem starting when my ears started to pop and give pain/headache. I am still dong some more health test. its a very stressful situation as I love these speakers. I see you have these speakers complete front set, what is your opinion on the sound quality and what amp do you use, I use these for movies and music. Thank you
I'm using the Yamaha a2050 for the center and the surrounds. Parasound Halo integrated for the fronts when playing stereo or watching movie(HT bypass).

Maybe your ears is hypersentitive to the ribbon tweeter? But I doubt it. It's more like sound pressure thats is squeezing your eardrum... -20 to -18 is quite loud depending on your room size.
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Receiver: Onkyo TXSR608 - Ready to replace this dinosaur. Just got myself a new 4k TV Sharp 80" UH30. Was going to get the Marantz SR7010, but we're too close to 2016, so I'll wait and see what new features the new models will have.




My upgrade plan's are to update my receiver so I can have Dolby Atmos and DTS:X 9.2.4 minimum, than get 4 pairs of Klipsch RP140SA's to go with it. Next would be my front's. I'll get either the signature series, or something with a Ribbon/Transducer design like the Monitor Gold's, or Ascend Towers matching all around for a 7.1 setup. Last thing to upgrade would be my sub.
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My system: Nothing to sneeze at, but nothing special neither.


L/R Paradigm 100v.4
Center: Paradigm S4v.1
Surrounds: Signature s2v.1
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Receiver: Onkyo TXSR608 - Ready to replace this dinosaur. Just got myself a new 4k TV Sharp 80" UH30. Was going to get the Marantz SR7010, but we're too close to 2016, so I'll wait and see what new features the new models will have.




My upgrade plan's are to update my receiver so I can have Dolby Atmos and DTS:X 9.2.4 minimum, than get 4 pairs of Klipsch RP140SA's to go with it. Next would be my front's. I'll get either the signature series, or something with a Ribbon/Transducer design like the Monitor Gold's, or Ascend Towers matching all around for a 7.1 setup. Last thing to upgrade would be my sub.
It's special because it's yours. You put together your system. It's unique to only you, a 1 of a kind.
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Nice symmetry


A few suggestion if you don't mind.


I would move your main about 6 inches forward.
Also move your center forward, so it stick out the shelf by about an inch.
Last, a nice big area carpet in front.


These little suggestions will greatly improve your sound, since it will help to reduce reflections.
A few minutes to move everything forward, a little bit longer to redo a calibration.
And if and when you add a carpet, another calibration.


Look very good, just little suggestions to improve your sound.


All the best.


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Here is my new Def Tech Setup!

That looks great! Love the theme you have going on. Do you change them out to match the seasons?

What is that entertainment center and large shelves are those? They look very nice!

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Nice symmetry


A few suggestion if you don't mind.


I would move your main about 6 inches forward.
Also move your center forward, so it stick out the shelf by about an inch.
Last, a nice big area carpet in front.


These little suggestions will greatly improve your sound, since it will help to reduce reflections.
A few minutes to move everything forward, a little bit longer to redo a calibration.
And if and when you add a carpet, another calibration.


Look very good, just little suggestions to improve your sound.


All the best.


Ray

Thank you Ray.

Im kinda new for settings & placements for HT

Been having issues with sound lately and the advise you gave might help; i will try that.
only reason I'm worried to bring it out 6'' on the towers my 2 year old might poke them with his home depot toy tools LOL.

Calibrate using the MCACC on the pioneer?
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That looks great! Love the theme you have going on. Do you change them out to match the seasons?

What is that entertainment center and large shelves are those? They look very nice!
Thank you
The Theme is my wife's job
the center entertainment In the big holes there was glass shelfs i removed for the safety of my son... but i left the center top of the pioneer receiver to put FireTV ,Apple tv, Airport express & Harmony Elite hub
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The Theme is my wife's job
the center entertainment In the big holes there was glass shelfs i removed for the safety of my son... but i left the center top of the pioneer receiver to put FireTV ,Apple tv, Airport express & Harmony Elite hub
It looks very nice.

But I was curious about the brand or model? Do you remember what it was?

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It looks very nice.

But I was curious about the brand or model? Do you remember what it was?
Emm... i can't remember but i got it from easily furniture, when i go home from work i will see if i can find a name on it & ill let you know.
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Thank you Ray.

Im kinda new for settings & placements for HT

Been having issues with sound lately and the advise you gave might help; i will try that.
only reason I'm worried to bring it out 6'' on the towers my 2 year old might poke them with his home depot toy tools LOL.

Calibrate using the MCACC on the pioneer?

You are more than welcome


I like to help when I can.


For your 2 years old son, I don't think it will matter.
I don't think 6 inches forward or backward will make a difference at all.
If a kid want to poke at something, He/She will.
If you are not comfortable with moving them forward, leave them where they are.
You can always move them forward when you kid is a little bit more older, and know to not to touch.


I am not familiar with the MCACC on the pioneer.
I use Audyssey X32.
That said, all equalisation systems work pretty well the same, just some better than others.


Moving your center forward and a nice area carpet will still make a great improvement.


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I like to help when I can.


For your 2 years old son, I don't think it will matter.
I don't think 6 inches forward or backward will make a difference at all.
If a kid want to poke at something, He/She will.
If you are not comfortable with moving them forward, leave them where they are.
You can always move them forward when you kid is a little bit more older, and know to not to touch.


I am not familiar with the MCACC on the pioneer.
I use Audyssey X32.
That said, all equalisation systems work pretty well the same, just some better than others.


Moving your center forward and a nice area carpet will still make a great improvement.


Ray

Thanks Ray
i should look into the 10x10 rugs they sell... something better then nothing

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i should look into the 10x10 rugs they sell... something better then nothing

10x10 is a fair size and cover the front of your MLP.


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