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there seems to be differing output between my two midranges. they both are playing clean,but one is playing more detailed and higher. i have switched amp channels and had a listen with them out of the enclosures,same result.
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is my driver on its way out?
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there seems to be differing output between my two midranges. they both are playing clean,but one is playing more detailed and higher. i have switched amp channels and had a listen with them out of the enclosures,same result.
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is my driver on its way out?
thanks
could be a phase issue = check and double check your + and - at the amp and the speaker , then check your ohm level on the speaker terminals , if nothing yet swap patch cords --- is this a component set with tweeter ??
 

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yes i flipped speaker + - and flipped rca's. it's a full range driver used as midrange in a3-way. the volume is equal,just not sounding alike.
 

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Pictures would help.

My first thought is one is on-axis and the other is off-axis.
 

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they are in kicks, but i did pull the drivers to see if it was the enclosure.the problem was still there. even listening out of the enclosures the highs just seem to be lacking in the one driver.
 
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