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07-18-17 09:22 PM
bjc
Re: MiniDSP HOWTO

+-6db generally I think? That's some crazy power required otherwise if boosting the signal....
07-18-17 12:36 AM
Wolke
Re: MiniDSP HOWTO

Hello,
when I measuring with REW, I get very high values like -23,3 dB for the EQ Filters
The MiniDSP can only -16dB is that correct???

So I change the value from the Target level 10 dB higher and now I get -15 dB for the EQ Filters, is this OK??
08-04-15 01:28 AM
nathan_h
Re: MiniDSP HOWTO

Was goin to start a new topic. BUt maybe is the place to ask:

Why do the minidsp REW instuctions say, when setting up a calibration file in REW to tell REW it's not for a subwoofer?
06-04-15 02:18 PM
Wooderson
Re: MiniDSP HOWTO

I like to use an LPF an octave or two above the AVR's cutoff freq. I don't have much noise, but I do have a little due to satellite dish signal wire inducing ground loops (I use an isolator to get rid of most of it). The extra LPF in the MiniDSP cuts it all out.
04-27-15 12:10 PM
Wayne A. Pflughaupt
Re: MiniDSP HOWTO

No need for two LPFs, so if you’re using the one in your AVR, then bypass it in the miniDSP.

Regards,
Wayne
04-27-15 11:39 AM
apilon
Re: MiniDSP HOWTO

Hi

Do i need to set the lpf on the minidsp if i am going to let my AVR set the Sub crossover to 120 hz ?? or do i bybass it or setit up to a higher value like 1000


Alain
08-25-14 05:46 AM
lizrussspike
Re: MiniDSP HOWTO

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Jeff L wrote: View Post
shouldn't be a problem
Thanks Jeff, appreciate it.
08-23-14 07:24 AM
Jeff L
Re: MiniDSP HOWTO

shouldn't be a problem
08-18-14 05:29 PM
lizrussspike
Re: MiniDSP HOWTO

Quick question. I have a second HDMI connector for my desktop. I can use a 15ft HDMI cable to my Marantz SR7008. Could I use the front HDMI(aux) to connect the HDMI to the desktop, and then proceed with the REW set up. Thanks Russ
04-11-14 01:10 AM
HifiZine
Re: MiniDSP HOWTO

There's an EQ bank (6 PEQs) on the input side of the crossover, and an EQ bank on the output side of the crossover (6 PEQs per channel). Any EQ you put in on the input side will apply to all output channels; EQ that you put on the output side will apply to only that output channel. So depending on where you put the EQ, it will affect either all subs or just one.
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