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TOPIC: 4-Way Speakers with SHD?

4-Way Speakers with SHD? 1 month 6 days ago #37997

  • Hoffmann
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Hi folks,

reading the manual I see a 2x4 Matrix which may suggest that it may be possible to design a 4-way active system with the SHD. If you use two of them in parallel 4-way active Stereo would seem possible. Am I dreaming?

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Winfried
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4-Way Speakers with SHD? 1 month 6 days ago #38000

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I think that the answer depends on how you would plan to use the source input, it seems like more trouble than it's worth. Keeping the volume in sync could be a headache.

Maybe wait for the SHD Studio to come out and then add something like the opendrc-da8 to the SPDIF output of it?
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4-Way Speakers with SHD? 4 weeks 1 day ago #38095

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As @Umlautica very rightly suggest, I think that it will be a bit more trouble..
An SHD studio (feeding 2 x DSP doing your crossovers) might be easier for that reason. Source + Room correction (SHD Studio) - > 4way crossovers done in another DSP.

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