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miniDSP or not? [message #94474] Mon, 20 September 2021 20:10
dutchswan0311 is currently offline  dutchswan0311
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Everyone on the interwebs says that the "miniDSP 2x4HD" is an essential component to creating a flat and balanced room EQ for my subs. A friend also suggested I get the "miniDSP 10x10HD" and individually measure and EQ not only the subs, but also the 3pi LCR mains and my side surrounds. Is this a good idea for the 3pi Speakers, or will that processing make me lose something? I will be powering the 3pis with the four channel Starke AD4.320. The L/R will get a maximum of 225W, and the bridged center channel 300W.

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