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Biological Channel Balance

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While using a surround sound channel test file someone posted in the forums (I'm not sure whether it is OK to link so to be safe I won't) I noticed that the center channel was located slightly to the right.

This afternoon I went to the doctor and had a large plug of wax removed from my left ear. The center channel is now much closer to dead center.

Hope someone may find this information helpful.
post #2 of 7
Yeah I so need to go to the doctors to get my ears cleaned.
post #3 of 7
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Originally Posted by Lavcat View Post
While using a surround sound channel test file someone posted in the forums (I'm not sure whether it is OK to link so to be safe I won't) I noticed that the center channel was located slightly to the right.

This afternoon I went to the doctor and had a large plug of wax removed from my left ear. The center channel is now much closer to dead center.

Hope someone may find this information helpful.
How old are you, if you don't mind me asking, and do you have any history of sinusitis or severe allergies? I am but a lad of 20, and my doctor has not advised me in getting my ears cleaned though he looked in them. I hope it is not just something that occurs in the elderly. I for one am a hypochondriac do not trust doctors, so I want to request that it be done next time I go to the ENT.
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Originally Posted by Lavcat View Post
While using a surround sound channel test file someone posted in the forums (I'm not sure whether it is OK to link so to be safe I won't) I noticed that the center channel was located slightly to the right.

This afternoon I went to the doctor and had a large plug of wax removed from my left ear. The center channel is now much closer to dead center.

Hope someone may find this information helpful.
Thanks for the mental image.
post #5 of 7
Thanks OP. I have a slight imbalance as well. Hoping it'll end up the same way as yours.
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Originally Posted by BoseFan View Post
How old are you, if you don't mind me asking, and do you have any history of sinusitis or severe allergies? I am but a lad of 20, and my doctor has not advised me in getting my ears cleaned though he looked in them. I hope it is not just something that occurs in the elderly. I for one am a hypochondriac do not trust doctors, so I want to request that it be done next time I go to the ENT.
Sixty one, female, no history of severe allergies -- but a long history of earwax. The school nurse sent home a note from kindergarten.
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Originally Posted by HD-5000 View Post
Thanks for the mental image.
And the right ear had a smaller gob of gooey stuff.
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