Re: triaxis problem, help please!!!

Hello Harm...
I can relate to that problem. I have the same setup as you have and I had to do some seriuos tweaking berfore I got it the way I wanted. The unfocused and flabby bottom end that you are describing may be the result of too much bass on the triaxis. Depending on what lead mode you are using (Ld1 /Ld2) the bass control acts different. I'm using Lead2 Yellow as primary and using the deep switch activated on the 2:90. Roll back on the bass a bit add an EQ between the Triaxis and the 2:90 if you are lacking bottom end. The reason for the flabby bottom may be because in lead 2 the gain is added after the signal has passed the tone controls. So adding more bass to the signal will not produce more bass from the speakers but will result in distrorting the bass even more. There are some custom modifications that can be made to the Triaxis the are relativly cheap. But I think you can get pretty good results from experimenting somewhat. I hope this will help you getting the sound you are after. If not let me know...

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