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miniDSP or not? [message #94474] Mon, 20 September 2021 20:10 Go to next message
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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Re: miniDSP or not? [message #95919 is a reply to message #94474] Sat, 20 August 2022 09:28 Go to previous message
Porter is currently offline  Porter
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Did you ever buy one, dutchswan? I'm just wondering which one you selected and how it worked out. The whole thing seems complicated to incorporate, so I'd love to hear how it went if you have the time.
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