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On my Lsi 15's, my right Speaker has a lower pitch, I could really notice this w/ test tones. Switched the wiring and still just the right speaker, have I blown something?
 

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Is the speaker the same distance from the side and back wall as the other speaker? If it is even slightly different, the effect of the room on the bass response for each speaker will be different. You might have to switch the positions of the two speakers to see if it is the speaker or the effect of the room on the speaker.
 

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Listen closely to the tweeter and make sure that it is still working.
 

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Originally Posted by Bhagi Katbamna /forum/post/12891822


Listen closely to the tweeter and make sure that it is still working.


Yeah, it seems to be the tweeter, I would have never guessed that this would cause a lower tone cause I'm nubby so audio
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Called Polk audio and they were gonna have parts place ship it to me from San Diego, but I live here. So going to take the speaker to them today and have them replace it for free.


I actually am going to take both speakers and see if anything is damaged because I bought them as open box item from Tweeter in San Diego when they were closing stores.
 

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Hey! I finally got something audio related right!
 
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