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Kef Psw4000

Discussion in 'Subwoofers' started by lowrider, Jun 15, 2004.

  1. lowrider

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    My brother bought KEF Ref 4 x 201 + 202C + PSW4000 subwoofer...

    The speakers sound very good, but the sub, set at almost minimum, 1 on the visor sounds boomy, doesnt integrate at all, is it this bad, or will it improve with run-in... :confused:

    As it sounds now I would prefer a Quake... :eek:
     
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    Have you tried the slope switch?
    The PSW4000 is a pretty darn good subwoofer when set up with care.

    Also try Music mode, Cinema does get a bit lively!
    A good workout with some DVD's or dance music should help run it in.
     
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    You are a REL user so doubt anything esle will give you what REL can!
     
  4. lowrider

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    Actually, the bass sounds much better with the speakers in large, without subwoofer... :rolleyes:

    I have lived with two Strata III a few years, I guess I know how to calibrate a sub, of course I use music mode, the speakers are all set to small with xover at 60hz and bass to sub via LFE, without using the sub´s xover, so I guess the slope shouldn´t matter, although I do hear a difference, slightly better with 24db slope... :zonked:
     

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