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TOPIC: How does this compare to multiple 2x4s?

How does this compare to multiple 2x4s? 2 years 8 months ago #12813

  • ellisr63
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Will this do everything that the 2x4 miniDSPs would do? Is there any drawbacks to this unit compared to a 2x4? Any improvements over the 2x4?
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How does this compare to multiple 2x4s? 2 years 8 months ago #12817

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Oh wait... I thought you were asking about the nanoDIGI.... but you posted this in the nanoAVR section... so cancel my last reply which you would have received in email, let me try again.......

First off, the nanoAVR is 8 channels in, 8 channels out. On HDMI only. So the I/O and the whole internal structure is very different from the miniDSP 2x4.

It's such a different unit that it's hard to answer your questions actually. Could you be more specific about what you would like to do?

Original answer for nanoDIGI follows, in case that's what you were asking about...

Hi there, no personal experience with the nanoDIGI, but here are some throughts for you...

1. It depends on what you mean. Some of the 2x4 plugins have graphic EQ, for example, which the nanoDIGI doesn't have. But if you're looking for active crossover using PEQ then I believe the answer is yes. Check the datasheets and/or be more specific about what you are looking to do?

2. Separate DACs and additional cabling could be considered a drawback I suppose. No analog input.

3. It runs at 96 kHz. You don't have to swap USB cables when configuring the other channel. You can sum left and right for a mono sub feed. Four on-board configurations. Supports infrared remote. Power supply included (I think). You get to use whatever DACs you like. ...
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-> Have you read the User Manual??
-> Have you drawn and posted a diagram?
-> Have you posted a screenshot?
-> Have you posted your config file?
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