How do i change Base on Denon 1507 Amp ?

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How do i change Base on Denon 1507 Amp ?

I have had this amp acouple weeks now but cant find where i change Base ?

The only way i seem to get base to come out my speakers and thats when i have it really Loud !

I want to have it on abount -10 , But to get the base to work on the amp you seem to have to have the sound around 5+ and 10+ and this is just to loud .

Any help me out with this ?
 

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Silly question I know, but is your sub level high enough? Or is your sub even kicking in at all?

I have a 1707, and if you have the speakers set to "large", the default sub-woofer output sets to "none". That might be worth a look too. The amp might've turned off the sub output when you set it all up. It caught me out too.

And before you say it, the manual isn't the best, is it?
 
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Hi ya mate , Ya the manual is poor ,

I dont have a Sub at the moment , I just have 2 front speakers , BR2 Monitor A. I find that i have to have them really loud to get base ! Is there anyway to change base lvl on the Amp so i can listen to the music not so loud but with better Base ?

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You'll need to turn off the tone defeat. As I remember (I'm in another room now), use the setup button to get into the menus, and you need menu 2. Then somewhere in there you can select "tone defeat yes/no". Select no, and the next two options in the menu should be bass and treble. They only show up when you turn tone defeat off. Again, that threw me, cos I'm used to having bass and treble knobs, and a button for tone defeat. All this menu driven gubbins is unnatural. Gimme a knob to twiddle any day (cue Kenneth Williams saying "ooooohhh matron!!!).

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Hey, Jason. Call me a nit-picker if you like ("You're a nit-picker"!) but the word you're looking for is bass with two esses. I'm guessing English is not your first language? Base with one s is something different.
 

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[quote user="LDW"]
Hey, Jason. Call me a nit-picker if you like ("You're a nit-picker"!) but the word you're looking for is bass with two esses. I'm guessing English is not your first language? Base with one s is something different.

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I remember as kids at school we always talking about turning the bass knobs up on our dads stereo systems. So we all knew how it was spelt, cos we all tried it. In this day and age bass is an often spoken but rarely read/written word. I think ths minor discretion is allowed isn't it? But Jason, get it right next time or we will all be round to pick your nits. :)

Having said all that, the numpties in the Vauxhall Nova's with subwoofers the size of houses in the boot, and the bass turned up to maximum are more base than bass. But that's base as in simple.
 

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