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speaker trouble

I have some questions about my speakers that I am using with a subwoofer. I have some Yamaha NS-A635A bookshelf speakers and I am not sure what their range is. I want to know so that I can set the crossover correctly on the subwoofer. Can you help? Also one of the subwoofers on one of the speakers itself has been sounding distorted lately. It sounds loose and it sort of rattles. Any idea what this could be and how I could fix this?

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Are they old speakers?

May be time for new cones or speakers. What is this about "range"? Specs would be from the maker as to some things but given your story so far, there is nothing that range would matter.

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yes they're old

Yeah they're pretty old I think I will just suck it up and buy a new cone. And when I was asking about range I wanted to know the Hz that the speakers cover because I want to attach a subwoofer to them and when you attach a sub you have to select the ranges that you want the sub to play vs the speakers. I think since they're such big speakers they might just cover all ranges though so I may not have to worry about that.

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That's not something I've ever looked at.

Why? I've used the old fashioned method of "what sounds good" to set settings. There have been attempts to autotune the equalization but frankly that has never sounded good to me.

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Sorry

But mixing speakers is for you to check the amplifier's supported speaker "ohms." As to fit, I didn't find a PDF so you'll have to do this the old fashioned way.

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