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I already changed both the amp and CD and the problem stays the same Check the wires on the Bass drivers. Mine were touching and caused distortion.
Simply move them apart. I got my about 15 years ago and altered the crossovers. It did take away some base but with the other equipment I have, it sounds like a live concert.
Friends and family listened to them before and after the alteration and are very impressed even today. The amp is a Threshhold and a Sony CD player that came out of a recording studio.
Hi all, I got a pair of DM and I really like them. Although I replaced like 6 tweeters already! I guess I have to try to keep the volume down a bit more.
The HiFi shop I keep buying the tweeters from say it could be something to do with listening to MP3's: Anyone similar experience or do you know if there are filters available for blocking those high end frequency ranges?
You are more than likely blowing the tweeters because you are not pushing enough power to the speakers. I have had the speakers for 22 years.
I bought mine back around and they still sound as fresh as when I unboxed them! They look nearly mint too and they have taken some abuse; kids, cats and a watt Pioneer amp.
Positioning is really important so take take doing that properly. Also, I have mine biwired with a good quality cable. Hi - Check to make sure your treble isn't cranked all the way up on whatever equalizer setting the Denon uses.
Clean sound CAN blow your tweeters, but drivers are much more likely to be blown due to distortion from amplifier output or from the content being played.
MP3s, especially those encoded at low bit-rates - or less, can produce ringing or metallic sounds in the high frequencies.
At high volumes, this could damage tweeters. Try switching amplifiers, listening to MP3s recorded at higher bit rates, or finding an amplifier with a high frequency filter that rolls off frequencies above 15 KHz.
Hope this helps - let us know. Hi, I need new tweeters to my Dmi speakers, anyone who know where I can get them? We recently got a pair of these from a family member, plugged them in and noticed the tweeter not working.
Seems to be a common problem! Currently at the shop being repaired. The one we have now though certainly sounds nice.
I too am an original owner and I had the same problem. Took them to the dealer and they used what appeared to be shoe goo to seal an edge between the center of the woofer and the outer ring, that dried out.
Of course, they are flexible so you could really mess them up with a heavy hand. Hi regarding blowing up tweeters A more common cause of this is driving you amp into clipping.
In other words playing it so loud that the tops of the output signal is reaching the maximum output signal it can handle without distortion.
While clipping, many amps tend to generate some DC current in the output signal, which is deadly for many tweeters. Not all amplifiers are clipping in the same way.
Some do it in a more gentle way. Due to this DC component in the output of a clipping amp, more tweeters have died by a using a lower power amp than high power amps.
Is is easier to blow up your tweeters in a DM with a 20W amp than with a high end W amp. Your speakers can handle clean W peaks during a few seconds, But they can't handle the dc current in any signal even if would be only a few watts.
I bought a pair of DM's and the 2 bass drivers sound muttled and buzzy I took the driver's out and the crossover network out Hate to pass the buck, but there's not much I can do to diagnose this from here.
I suggest taking the speakers to a qualified repair shop. Could be crossover, drivers I have had my Dm's for over 15 years and just love them.
The variable port option is amazing for tweaking any room. I also bought the matching plinths. Very "accurate" speakers and never want to get rid of them.
Hello everybody, my DMs celebrated their 20th birthday in - by extra-extensive playing diverse music styles from tape, record, CD and computer.
Being powered by a Yamaha AX which got 20 years at the same time, and after dozens of removals, incl. I, too, never want to get rid of them because they are, in terms of sound, very flexibly fitting into all kind of interiors.
Ciao a tutti , mi sono iscritto ora. Non ci capisco niente di queste cose ma mi piace ascoltare musica , chiedo quanto mi possono costare i componenti rotti?
Specie il tweeter - Grazie ciao. Hello everyone, I am writing now. I do not understand anything about these things but I like to listen to music, I wonder how much can cost components that are broken?
Especially the tweeter - Hello thanks. This thread may be dead but. At that time I listened to a myriad of other speakers but these were clear winners.
So many speakers are over bright which sounds great for a few minutes until your ears are hammered flat, but these are very realistic.
Those are the kind of errors that keep engineers up at night, but most people would never notice. The rest of the cabinet also contains separate enclosures for each driver, massive amounts of internal bracing, and flawlessly wrapped veneer.
This midrange driver has an unusual surround edge that is designed to reduce unwanted breakup caused when the surround edge flexes away from the cone as the driver extends outward.
The bass is supplied by a pair of 6. In this application it helps to reduce unwanted imperfections in driver output caused by flexing and poor dampening.
The front left and right outputs were configured to full range and used without a subwoofer. For my listening tests I chose to use standard single wiring as the benefits provided by bi-wiring are not clear to me as yet.
The speakers flanked my projection screen, which put the tweeters seven feet apart and ten feet from my ears.
This required minimal toe-in to achieve a tight focused soundstage. The height of the speakers places the tweeter a tad higher than my ears, but I am at least a tad shorter than average.
As well, the speakers have good vertical dispersion, so the height issue was not a problem in my setup. The adjustable floor spikes were installed into the base which allowed me to level the speaker on my thick carpet.
The imaging of this finely crafted loudspeaker complemented the passionate rumba-flamenco guitar playing, producing an enveloping soundstage.
Strangely, the bass was not satisfying or full enough for me, even though it is a big speaker. Lack of power surely was not the problem seeing as the Rotel RB provides ample juice.
There was plenty of midrange and the top end was revealing and open without being too airy. With this recording the soundstage and phantom center image can be smeared when you are forced to place the speakers at such a wide distance.
The percussion fills in the stage, with guitar pulling center duty. With other speakers it is easy to lose the coherent feeling just by moving your head a few inches off-axis.
Right away, the extended high frequency response was clear through these speakers. This is a great test of midrange and crossover quality as this solo has terrific range and emotion.
Again, here, the bass was the weak point. This was clearly evident with the heartbeat which had missing intensity.
Given that bass is very room-dependent, i. Also, if more bass is desired, add a nice subwoofer. I consider the S to be superb, and I wanted to see how it performed in a more conventional consumer-type environment, so I asked Jared to review them as a follow-up to my original one.
Seems not many of my favorite artists have embrace this technology. The detail and depth can often become lost with lesser speakers.
These towers were able to push the volume limits without distorting the music. The detail and control were consistent through all volume levels.
It was only at very loud levels that the bass finally shone through. Maynards melodic vocals were consistently front and center.
The heavy crunchy guitar and definitive bass line had their own space and considerable separation.