And the bass is amazing.
It is really deep, and with the equalizer you can make it louder, no issues at all.
But when I play a song at high volume, the treble really takes over the bass.
The louder the music goes, the more the treble takes over. This starts at around 3/4 of the maximum volume.
I can feel air getting pushed out of the speaker, but I hear almost no bass.
If I turn the volume below 3/4 the bass comes back. (Than the bass is really good!)
Is this an issue more people have? Or is it just me expecting to much from the bass at higher volume?
Best answer by GatoChulo
I have found on Play:5 that its processing will automatically "trim" bass at loud volumes so that you hear little to zero audible distortion. It's the unfortunate nature of the beast with these guys...but also protects the speaker from blowing by overloading the drivers. Buy a sub or upgrade to a bigger system and feed it via a Sonos:Connect if you desire BEEFIER bass than the Play:5 can supply!View original