Originally Posted by jdohman /forum/post/13757307
yes the sub250 is a down firing subwoofer. Although its not the most expensive sub it still has a nice sound.
Originally Posted by xberto /forum/post/13760414
My 7.1 system currently consists of:
Jamo 707 (fronts identical to the D590)
Jamo C80 CEN
Jamo C80 SUR for surround and backs
I soon hope to complete the C80 series by replacing my 707s with the C809s and my cheap Sony sub for the C80 sub.
I've very happy with all my Jamo's and have a sense of loyalty to the brand, much like one might be a Ford or a Chevy guy.
I also have a pair of 507's, an E8CEN, and a pair of SAT300II
Originally Posted by sanju1998 /forum/post/13803620
I have a Jamo A 10 series (with Sub 200) connected to a Denon AVR-1306
Please could you help me with the crossover I need to set on the Denon as well as the crossover I need to set on the sub to get very good quality bass efect.
Please help with the ideal settings for the following:
Cut off frequency (Hz) .................................... 40HZ-150HZ
Phase : 0-180
Volume: Min to Max
The Jamo sub is kept on the floor.
Originally Posted by hardstyler /forum/post/13818462
It depends on what music you are listening to and what kind of bass you like.
The default crossover freq. on my Yamaha receiver was 80hz and I found that to be too low for some electronic dance music. So I set it to 120hz and now I get a lot more bass out of a sub (I have SUB 250). Obviously that means I have to set cut off freq. on the sub to around 120hz.
With phase you have to experiment. I set mine to 180 - all the way to the right because at 0 I get very little bass when I'm in my normal listening position.
So basically you should just sit/stand at your favourite listening position and change phase. See where sub bass is the loudest, then leave it there.
My volume is exactly at halfway point.
With a bit of work and experimenting you should be able to get the desired bass out of a sub.
Originally Posted by sleepflower1974 /forum/post/13960509
I've recently scored a Jamo E7 surround sound speaker system (E750's, E7 sub, E7 surrounds etc) and can find very little information/reviews on them.
As this is my first home theatre system, i'd like to find out peoples thoughts? Is it a reasonable speaker system? I've connected it to a Yamaha 661 amp and I "feel" like the speakers need some more power?
If anybody has Jamo E7's, any news, feedback or opinions would be very much appreciated.
Originally Posted by ferozh /forum/post/14135931
I have a Jamo HC3 6 5.1 speaker set. I need to fix the spikes on the front spears (S606), but I am unable to figure out how. I could not follow the illustrations in the user manual, which has no text descriptions whatsoever. If someone has been able to fix the spikes on a Jamo speaker set, please let me know how to do it. Your help will be much appreciated.