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colgraff wrote:I ordered these the last time they were on Woot; they sounded great for a couple of weeks, then stopped working. Clearly, these speakers are working fine for most people, and they may well be worth the gamble for the price; I'm tempted myself. But they aren't entirely reliable.
You may want to contact Audyssey support to see what can be done about that! Sorry they aren't working for you.
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mgessel wrote:Hook a small pair of speakers up to a good amplifier, muffle the main drivers with a blanket and turn the treble and bass all the way up on the amp (and punch the "loudness" button for good measure). Now you have an idea what these sound like.
I can clearly hear them by your description. Kind of like a crappy car stereo with the "Mud Bass" (240Hz center) and treble turned all the way up.
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