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Hi Steve,I just purchased a Mini Maggie Sytem last week New from a local dealer...sounds good except for two things:1)When I place my ears to both left and right Mini tweeter/mid panels, the sound on the right sounds full but the left channel sounds very soft and akin to much reduced midrange, only soft trebly sound/a little midrange playing. But sitting from far field, the imbalance seems less of an issue, but I just cant help but worry my set has some problems, are the left and right channels supposed to sound imbalance? I tried switching cables and DWM inputs, but it's localised to the DWM issue I guess as both treble/mid panels alternate in balance once I switch the cables over so nothing wrong with the panels and yes I ensures proper polarity on both panels and DWM and amp.2)Occasionally I get that high pitched screechy sound when playing some tracks with lots of treble, does that mean I must must the 1 ohm resistor to both mid/treble panels? Heard using those can cool down the highs but also zap the dynamics out of the Mini Maggies.Of the two Im more concerned about the channel imbalance issue (I only realized when I put my ears to the panels left vs right, from mid field listening, not so obvious). This make hamper me from realizing the full potential of the Minis if my set is indeed a lemon or it that a phasing issue?Anyone else has this prob with their mini maggie system?CheersUV
UV88,I wrote to Wendell but he's probably running around at the show right now.
Thanks guys for the heads up on the mini maggie panel imbalance sound, think it's the DWM woofer unit as amp powering the Mini Maggie channels directly(without connecting to the DWM) sounds good with mids/highs. Courtesy of your suggestion, I have requested my dealer to swap for a new set, otherwise would never know how good these maggies can sound.Im using just 1 DWM, as a 2.1 master bedroom setup. Any idea how to correctly (phase and polarity-wise) to hook up another DWM? DO i need 2 separate amps or what? The website doesnt really go into detail with the connection hookups, and Im quite certain a few of us might likely get teh wrong polarity/phasing?? Thanks guys
Where's my 12.7? There's 1.7 for people with big rooms and Mini's for people with tiny rooms. People with medium rooms are stuck with a 15 year old speaker. No more discrimination against medium roomers!!!!
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