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Old 07-01-2014, 06:56 AM   #1
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I have a Journey 36M with four ceiling speakers and a subwoofer. The subwoofer is located under the passenger side sofa and doesn't seem to put out enough bass sound. I don't have an amplifier, just the bluray player. Is there some way to adjust the sound to get more low end?
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Old 07-01-2014, 08:07 AM   #2
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Our bluray drives the speakers and there is some adjustment we can do with is but I'm not that impressed with the modes as far as a dramatic change I can hear. It's good enough. We have the Bose speakers.
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Blue Yonder, The blu-ray player is a Home Theater system and it drives the speakers.
There is a menu in the blu-ray player setup to adjust the speakers.
If you are watching TV the blu-ray must be on Aux input to send the audio to the surround sound speakers.
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If my memory serves me right, I think they downsized the woofers in the newer 36Ms. Mine is about 12 in wide, 11 in deep and 6 in high.
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Old 07-02-2014, 02:33 PM   #5
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We just got a 2014 34B and I felt the same way with the subwoofer (mine is a 6x9 car speaker). You can increase the subwoofer output to max (buried in the sony home screen menu) but it is still terrible. I am looking at replacing it with a real subwoofer.
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We just got a 2014 34B and I felt the same way with the subwoofer (mine is a 6x9 car speaker). You can increase the subwoofer output to max (buried in the sony home screen menu) but it is still terrible. I am looking at replacing it with a real subwoofer.
We would be very interested in finding out how your experiment works. Will you use a powered or non-powered sub?
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We would be very interested in finding out how your experiment works. Will you use a powered or non-powered sub?
Not sure yet, probably try non amplified first as its the cheapest and easiest to setup. This is a low priority at this point. I got other things I need to address with this new purchase.
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