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TOPIC: nanoAVR DL is it okay to keep on all the time?

nanoAVR DL is it okay to keep on all the time? 6 years 2 weeks ago #16363

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@ J19801110,

The Matrix mixer isn't available to the user I'm afraid (would need a plug-in GUI to make this happen). The above mention was just a general comment of a "potential future" feature. If we make it available to the user under a new plug-in, we can then provide more info. Sorry for confusion.

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nanoAVR DL is it okay to keep on all the time? 6 years 2 weeks ago #16390

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@ J19801110,

The Matrix mixer isn't available to the user I'm afraid (would need a plug-in GUI to make this happen). The above mention was just a general comment of a "potential future" feature. If we make it available to the user under a new plug-in, we can then provide more info. Sorry for confusion.

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That's sad. I'm sure many users have 7.1 speakers and majority of blurays have 5.1 audio. Upmixing 5.1 to 7.1 will be great.
This is the only reason preventing myself from getting a nanoAVR DL.
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nanoAVR DL is it okay to keep on all the time? 6 years 2 weeks ago #16391

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J19801110 wrote:
Oh I just had a look. It's a simple channel routing that on,y includes "addition" but no "subtraction" of channels. It would allow copying surround channels to the back surrounds and I guess some simple up mixing of stereo signals. It cannot do steering like dolby pro logic tho. :) ah well. Yes please give us the option to turn it off, thx. :D
You mean we can split the single surround channel (eg: Surround left) to two (surround left + back surround left) ?
As 2 speakers are producing the same sound, will it create more problems (comb filtering)?
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