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no soundstage. 2 years 6 months ago #40257

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Using a pair of maggies, all the sound is coming from the center.Very strange for maggies, they usually are very expansive extending beyond the speakers as well as behind and holographic-ally. That's what I like them better than most others. On the plus side they seem to be more alive than they were before correction.

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no soundstage. 2 years 6 months ago #40260

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Hi, what does your routing matrix look like? The default setting is for a two-way crossover, so you probably want to change it if you haven't already. See page 21 of user manual.
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no soundstage. 2 years 6 months ago #40265

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Right now I am using pg. 22 matrix because I am using a sub. If you feel that I still to go with pg. 21 matrix I will do so.

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no soundstage. 2 years 6 months ago #40270

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Ok I have made those changes and I do have to say it has opened up. Imaging is dead on, as good as I've heard from any of my past systems. Again. a big thank you again John.

Joe

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no soundstage. 2 years 6 months ago #40281

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Sure, no worries :) If you decide to put the sub back in, maybe just check that the low pass filter is enabled on it.
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no soundstage. 2 years 6 months ago #40287

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Just for the hell of it I did another room correction and realized that I had set up the microphone placements to close together, that is why all the sound was centered down the middle as if I had a center channel. I did it all over again and this time I spread them out about 3 ft on each side of the center position and a foot lower and higher at each position. That did it. I also put the sub back in and have a big smile on my face.

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