Rattling on a tv

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JR Productions
Member Since: Mar 03, 2005

Me and my friends just got finished putting together a small movie. On my monitors, it sounds fine but whenever we play it on a tv (the speakers) we always get some nasty rattles. I told him to cut 8 db at 120 with a Q of 1 and that didnt help. Anyone got any suggestions?

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Czar of Midi
Since: Apr 04, 2002

Dec 18, 2005 07:37 pm

It might be lower then 120hz. Youmight want to take alook with a spectrum anylizer and see were the peaks are in the lower end. TV speakers arent user friendly unless it is a more expensive TV.

Eat Spam before it eats YOU!!!
Since: May 11, 2002

Dec 18, 2005 07:58 pm

does it go away with turning the volume down? TV audio should be limited to -6db because... analog TV circuits will distort well earlier than most of us audio folks would like to think. check the volume compaired to broadcast TV not CDs too :)

If it's an EQ problem start the low freq cut at 300hz and let nothing lower than 100hz pass... unless you have thunder and trains instead of dialogue :)

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