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Dialogue on subwoofer ?

Discussion in 'Subwoofers' started by drphibes, Apr 5, 2003.

  1. drphibes

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    Hi

    I have just upgraed today from a Sony 930 to a Denon 3802 amp.
    I am using 4 Mordaunt short 904's ,1 Mordaunt short 905c and a Mordaunt short 907w subwoofer.

    I have connected the various leads and I seem to be able to hear distant speech in the subwoofer.
    I was under the impression that the sub would only deal with sound effects and leave the speech to the centre speaker.

    I s this ok or have I got something wrong here ? , I did not notice the speech with the 930 amp.

    Thanks

    Drphibes

    *UPDATE*

    I have the sub connect using the red/white connectors on the denon out 907 in.
    I unplugged one of these and got no sound , plugged it back in and took the other out and now I have souned effects and no speech in the sub .

    I cannot remember but am I right in thinking that the sub is a mono channel and therefore only needs a single feed?.
     
  2. damtom1

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    There is a single out to the sub,that i use.Have you got it connected to the sub out,and not another pre-out(ie: centre pre out).I did this before and had the surround right feeding the sub,by mistake,it didnt sound too healthy!
     
  3. Brad_Porter

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    Check all your connections. From DVD - AMP - Speakers. You should not get dialogue through the sub. If you are getting it all the time then one of the connections is wrong.
     
  4. Bapapapa

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    Unless the speaker has a *really* deep voice, of course.. :rotfl:
     
  5. Brad_Porter

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    :D

    Yeah - something like Barry White might have it!!
     
  6. EvilMudge

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    Barry White - in which case set your crossover to Lurvvvve.:D
     
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  8. gmt steve

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    You'll get male dialogue through a sub if the crossover in amp' or sub is set too high.
     
  9. Dfour

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    Drphibes im looking into buying a 907 sub and wondered if you would give me an opinion on it please.

    Thx
     
  10. drphibes

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    I have been very please with my Mordaunt Short 907:D .
    I cannot really say how it compares to other subs as this is the only one I have owned but it certainly packs plenty of bass and and looks really great aswell.

    Maybe someone else with a little more technical knowledge can come on and give you some more details.

    Drphibes
     

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