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Genelec 7350 Flutter Noise

jndittmar, muokattu 4 Vuodet sitten.

Genelec 7350 Flutter Noise

Youngling Viestejä: 4 Liittymispäivä: 24.1.2018 Viimeisimmät viestit

Hey Guys, I recently bought a used Genelec 7350 to hook up with my Genelec 8341's. I initially planned to get a 7360, but for the price of the 7350 I figured I would take the chance on a smaller subwoofer.

After getting the sub calibrated with the monitors via the GLM software I was absolutely blown away with the sound. The sub integrates seamlessly with the speakers.

Now the question. I'm very happy with the results I'm getting, but I have noticed that if there is a very low frequency (25hz-30hz) being played you can hear a fluttering noise. I'm assuming this noise is from the woofer moving back and forth. Is this normal? Should I expect some noise from such a low frequency or is there something wrong with the sub?

Thanks in advance,

clearsignal, muokattu 4 Vuodet sitten.

RE: Genelec 7350 Flutter Noise

Padawan Viestejä: 50 Liittymispäivä: 2.3.2018 Viimeisimmät viestit
No, that sound is abnormal.
 
But before concluding the sub is faulty, eliminate the possibility it's generated from impact by placing a rubber pad under the sub; a thin sheet usually placed under rugs to prevent slippage.
 
My pair of 7360 shook my hardwood floor unpleasantly in very low frequencies, until I apply said solution.
 
Good luck!