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DDRC-88A for LCR and 5 Subs 6 years 1 month ago #31506

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I am wondering if this is an option and if this would be a good way to maximize the correction of the DDRC-88A in my room. I have a Pioneer SC-95 and I want to run essentially a 7.5.4 set up. The Pioneer powering all 8 of the surrounds and a separate 3 channel amp for LCR and then my 5 subs, three up front, spaced at 1/4, 1/2 and 3/4 room width measurements to eliminate width modes and two in the back of the room for near field impact and smoothing. I am hoping to get your feedback on whether it is a good idea to use the DDRC-88A to only correct the LCR and the 5 subs and leave the surrounds and height speakers alone with no eq at all.

I have considered the option of getting an additional 8 channels of amplification and another DDRC-88A but wanted to see if the above method would work well or not. I appreciate any input that anybody is willing to provide. Thanks in advance.

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