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Latency Q: Dirac filter sets + IIR 1 year 6 months ago #47733

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I've got a recording studio and rehearsal setup going through my DDRC-88BM. In once configuration I'd like to run:
1) Dirac filters to my nearfield monitors (from inputs 1&2 to output 1&2)
2) Dirac filters to my mid-field monitors (from inputs 3&4 to outputs 3&4)
3) IIR filters to my PA speakers (from inputs (5&6 to outputs 5&6)

The thinking here was that by not running Dirac on the PA speakers that I'd get lower latency . But, what I'm wondering is if having Dirac running on some of the inputs will result in latency being present on all of them (i.e. running IIR filters on the PA speakers would be a zero sum gain)?

Any clue here would be appreciated. Thanks

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Latency Q: Dirac filter sets + IIR 1 year 6 months ago #47746

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It sounds like you already own a DDRC-88BM? If so then you could just test this for yourself.

I'd expect the delays on the channels to be completely independent but I don't know for certain.

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