È normale che il bass reflex sia così?

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      Preso dal sito della Adam Audio sezione Faq:

      I can see some damping material at the end of the bass reflex tube of my speaker. Could that cause a problem?

      No, usually this won’t cause any problems. However, it is possible that parts of the damping material have been shifted while transportation. As long as the material does not interfere with the air flow through the tube and you cannot hear any degradation of the sound (fluttering, hissing, etc.), everything is fine.

      Sono entrambe cosi?

      Fab4 wrote:

      Preso dal sito della Adam Audio sezione Faq:

      I can see some damping material at the end of the bass reflex tube of my speaker. Could that cause a problem?

      No, usually this won’t cause any problems. However, it is possible that parts of the damping material have been shifted while transportation. As long as the material does not interfere with the air flow through the tube and you cannot hear any degradation of the sound (fluttering, hissing, etc.), everything is fine.

      Sono entrambe cosi?


      Si, entrambe ... quindi dovrebbe essere normale giusto?
      Da come c'è scritto sul sito può succedere.
      Fai una prova. Metti un brano in mono (magari con dei bassi pronunciati) e prova a passare dalla cassa sinistra alla destra alternativamente. Se non senti fischi,ronzii o cose strane dovrebbero andare bene.