Playback Issue

Discussion in 'Hi-Fi and General Audio' started by Charlie Hill, May 12, 2020.

  1. Charlie Hill

    Charlie Hill

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    Hi guys,

    I have come across an issue which I have no idea how to remedy, hoping someone here can enlighten me!

    I recorded a few acoustic songs during the lockdown to pass the time. I've bounced the tracks from Logic 9 and trying it out on a few different systems to get an idea of what it will sound like. Through my KRK's it sounds great, Phone/earphones sounds great, in the car it sounds great, however if I play it through my 2.1 config soundbar via Bluetooth, it gives it a wavey, underwater effect. It's subtle but enough to give me a mini freakout. I thought it might have been my edit points where i've cut a region as I know sometimes it can create a pop or a wave but i've used crossfades and even when I solo the region it sounds fine. I've tried it on a friends boombar (small handheld soundbar) and it was fine so it's not the Bluetooth connection...Anyone have any Idea? I've double tracked a few parts too but am not getting any phase issues. I'm stumped. It's only through my soundbar but I cant release it knowing that it might sound wavey depending on what someones listening to!

    Any help would be appreciates, thanks for reading my essay.

    Charlie
     
    Charlie Hill, May 12, 2020
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    field effect

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    Hi Charlie
    Most of the advice seems to say connect to your soundbar directly, before your TV, using a HDMI cable. the wavy sound would seem to suggest limitations using any other type of connection. See if it improves with HDMI.
     
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