Polk Audio Problems

ClubpolkClubpolk Posts: 2
edited July 2001 in Technical/Setup
Hey all,

I've had a problem with my Polk R1 bookshelf speaker(s) lately. I am running an R1 pair via a Denon DRA-35v stereo receiver. I've noticed lately that the right channel has been sounding very harsh....especially during programs with (excessive) mid-range, particulary pianos. Sometimes I notice it more than others, even on the same song at the same volume. I've tried the speaker on the left channel and still had problems. The driver sounds very harsh and the piano, for example, really stands out in the <right> soundstage. Is there anything I can do to troubleshoot the bass driver? I appreciate the help.

Patrick Helm
Age 14

Denon DRA-35v
Nakamichi MB-4s Musicbank CD Player
Onkyo DX-RD511 CD Recorder
AudioControl D-520 EQ

Polk R1 bookshelf pair
Mission bookshelf pair
JBL PSW-D110 10" 150/w powered sub :confused:
Audio Components
Denon DRA-35V
Nakamichi MB-4s MusicBank CD Player
Onkyo DX-RD511 CD Recorder
AudioControl D-520 EQ
Pioneer Tape Deck
Akai Tape Deck
Akai Turntable
Speakers
PolkAudio R-1 Bookshelf Speakers. (pair)
Mission Bookshelf Speaker (pair)
JBL PSW-D110 Powered Sub
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  • polkster13polkster13 Posts: 37
    edited July 2001
    Try calling Ken at Polk Audio and he should be able to diagnose the problem for you. It sounds to me like you may need to upgrade your speakers.
    The oxen move slowly, but the earth is patient.
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