Hi everyone! I using an Up to Stream Amp 2.1 with 15w celling speakers plus a 50w subwoofer. My problem is that the bass are really weak compare to the speakers. Is there a way to make the bass signal stronger?
There are a lot of factors when it comes to the signal sent to your subwoofer and the power.
First, it is an active subwoofer or a passive one? If it is a passive, then what resistance load has your subwoofer driver? What power supply do you use for the board? Also do you have ACP Workbench?
Hi R3ep3r, thanks for your answer
I have this: W3-1876S 15w 4 ohm nominal impedance as my subwoofer
And this as my speaker: Dayton Audio DAEX25FHE-4 Framed High Efficiency 25mm Exciter 24W 4 Ohm. I do not have the ACP workbench as I consider the licence too expensive for my needs. I would have expected some more settings on the android app. Is there a solution without this software?
Can you see the IP address on the unit?
If so you can direct your browser to that address and select the EQ icon. “Admin” is your password.
Then you may see 3 sliders, Treble, Midrange, and Bass, you may also see a Bass Enhancement selection.
At least that’s what’s on my units on the network.
as the load are same, so I guess your subwoofer have lower sensitivity, and results in less bass.
If you don’t want to change speaker, could try Wilbour’s suggestion, or just increase BASS on APP, it’s same.
Yes, it work! thanks so much. In the app there is no bass booster option… What would be the change I should do to my speakers, buy more powerful ones?
There’s an EQ option in settings menu of device, and you could adjust treble and bass there.
You could choose 8Ohm speakers and 4Ohm subwoofer, so the subwoofer would have double power.