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Noobie question: Where to apply correction filter 2 years 6 months ago #42901

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Hi,
I would greatly appreciate any help with the following:

I have dual subs connected to Emotiva XMC-1 dual mono sub outputs (one output for each sub). My goal is to Eq both subs. Which method will yield the better result: measuring them individually or combined?

Where would I load the filters in the minidsp: input or output channels and does it make a difference?

Also, I am having trouble getting REW to output sweep signals to my surround and center channels; it will only output them to the subs and mains. The audio mode setting is "direct".

Thanks,

Matt

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Noobie question: Where to apply correction filter 1 year 4 months ago #50346

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What did you find out for this? I'm building two Tuba HT 36"x36" cubes with the Dayton Ultimax drivers. Currently, I'm using an AutoTuba. I found it's best to set your AVR's crossover to the highest point (200hz in my case) and then I did the following:

www.minidsp.com/forum/minidsp-for-newbie...input-then-eq-output

I'd be interested to see if it would be advantageous to EQ each sub separately on the Inputs and then EQ them both running on the Outputs. I would think this would give you better results since you are correcting for room modes on each one, and THEN correcting for overall output and room modes for both.

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