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    all my audio system is conected....my problem is...one of my tweeter does't play.

    (i have a 3 way in the front)(mid midrange high)

    the tweeter wich doesn't play is the one at the right.
    I can hear something like a little ''pshh'' but not music??

    My audio card is an asus xonar d2 pci.
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  • #2
    double check it with a ohm meter- to see if it is blown or not(if it hisses it probably isn't, but better safe than sorry).

    your using audiomulch to setup a active crossover right? assuming that is right, double check your connections in audio mulch, or try sending the same signal as the left tweeter to the right tweeter. if it still doesn't work, hook up the right side tweeter wire to the left side tweeter outputs of the amp. very simply, work backwards from the tweeter(it's fun, i know...) and verify the signal at every device.
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    • #3
      i have already chek with an ohm meter...


      but i will chek the rest as soon as i can

      thank you!
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      • #4
        as long as you checked with ohm meter, and got a acceptable reading, then i would triple check the audiomulch setup-- in my setup, i had digitally 'connected' the wrong things, and spent way to long trouble shooting the physical wiring/connections...

        double check that you are geting a output for that tweeter in audiomulch-- if you need a vst plugin volume meter, look up 'Modern VU Meter'-- it has worked great for digital connection issues for me.
        My OLD 2001 Mitsubishi Eclipse GT:
        "The Project That Never Ended, until it did"


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        carpc undecided

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        • #5
          what is vst vu meter?

          oups sorry i didn't read the last part of your message
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          • #6
            did you talked about Antress'' Antress Modern Plugins Modern meter''
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            • #7
              hey soundman,

              i try with audiomulch to cut the right chanell of my tweeter....and the left tweeter stopped to play...


              so i put the computer off...and i switch the rca(3.5mm to 2 rca stéreo...) and now it is working....


              i didnt think that could be an issue...but it was...

              i thought it was just making the sound inverted...but i was not right
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              • #8
                thanks for your time
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by summer69guy View Post
                  did you talked about Antress'' Antress Modern Plugins Modern meter''
                  yep, those are it (there are alot of effects that are included, but i really just use the vu meter).


                  glad you figured it out (you have no idea how many times i have pulled my hair out over similar things like that--so easy, yet, so hard)
                  My OLD 2001 Mitsubishi Eclipse GT:
                  "The Project That Never Ended, until it did"


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                  carpc undecided

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                  • #10
                    haha true :P
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