Klipsch Synergy F3 Problems

Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by ltriolo, Dec 28, 2007.

  1. ltriolo

    ltriolo New Member

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    I Have the complete synergy 3 series for my home system powered by the sony da 3200es receiver. I have distortion at high levels and I feel im not getting the most out of the fronts... I need to know about the bridges that come with the speakers.. I have taken them off.. due to the advice of a local Best Buy genius... Anyone know about the purpose of bridges?? and ideas on how to fix the problem??? thanks
     
  2. dakayus

    dakayus New Member

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    yes. It's meant of bi-amping or bi-wiring. bi-amping is when you take out the crossover and you have an amp for the woofer and an amp for the horn which is extremely hard to match so forget that one. Bi-wiring is when you use 2 wires to connect them which makes no sense if you use wire of appropriate gauge, say like 14 or so. It's most likely your receiver crapping out. *I'm a strong klipsch advocate so I know them like the back of my hand*
     
  3. TFunkadelic

    TFunkadelic One Nation Under A Groove

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