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1038a and 1038ac different

stefan75, modified 6 Years ago.

1038a and 1038ac different

Youngling Posts: 16 Join Date: 3/18/17 Recent Posts
Hi, should a 1038a and a 1038ac sound the same?

When I send the same signal to each speaker LCR, the 1038ac sounds quite different. It's much brighter than the two 1038.

I've played with the dip switches and moved the speakers away from the wall. But the main difference I hear there is more or less bass.

What could the reason be?
markus-kahelin, modified 6 Years ago.

Re: 1038a and 1038ac different

Jedi Knight Posts: 109 Join Date: 3/16/10 Recent Posts

These modes should indeed sound very similar. Have you checked that your preamp/processor has the same settings for all from channels and no Eq applied? You would need to get frequency response measurements done to analyze the performance better. One easy and affordable option is to use this software, with a computer sound card and a measurement microphone: