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DDRC88A is there a way to disable EQ correction per speaker? 6 months 6 days ago #57660

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Is there a way to disable Dirac EQ correction per speaker but still have it correct for gain and delay? 

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DDRC88A is there a way to disable EQ correction per speaker? 6 months 6 days ago #57661

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Run dirac and see what it would apply. Make a note of values. Reset the slot on the minidsp and manually enter the values in the plugin.
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Thanks for your suggestion… which plug-in is that I would enter the values in?

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The minidsp plugin. When you connect your pc to the 88A and double click the minidsp software to open. 
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DDRC88A is there a way to disable EQ correction per speaker? 6 months 6 days ago #57664

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Thanks, there doesn't seem to be a way to enter the gain and delay settings into the plugin. It displays what those settings are, which I assume it gets from the dirac calibration, but it doesn't seem possible to change the figures in the plugin. Am i missing something?

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DDRC88A is there a way to disable EQ correction per speaker? 6 months 5 days ago #57666

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Clear the 88A (reset all) and disable dirac. If you can't add to input you'll have to add them to the output channels individually. The manual should explain how. 
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DDRC88A is there a way to disable EQ correction per speaker? 6 months 5 days ago #57667

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Just checking the manual, it says:

"In the 88BM plugin, this tab displays the gains and delays of the Dirac Live filters loaded into the DDRC88A. (The plugin must be online to display them.) These gains and delays were calculated by DLCT during its Optimize phase and cannot be changed by the user they are “read only.”

so, judging by the manual, maybe there isn't a way to add them manually, or to just switch off the eq correction filters.

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DDRC88A is there a way to disable EQ correction per speaker? 6 months 5 days ago #57668

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I don't have that unit but on my DDRC-24 and SHD I can add individual gains and delays on the outputs tab. 
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DDRC88A is there a way to disable EQ correction per speaker? 5 months 1 week ago #57997

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It’s doesn’t seem possible with the DDRC88A. Does anyone know if it is possible if I buy the Bass Management upgrade?

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DDRC88A is there a way to disable EQ correction per speaker? 5 months 1 week ago #58000

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It would probably be helpful if you could explain exactly what you're trying to achive, and crucially why.

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You're probably best contacting Support directly on this one to be honest, via the link at the top-right of the screen. 
 

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DDRC88A is there a way to disable EQ correction per speaker? 5 months 1 week ago #58002

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Sure, I have a room correction system on my LCR monitors that I would like to keep using and I'd like to setup the surround speakers with Dirac.. I know there is some latency going through the DDRC88A ox so I'd still like to make sure that the delay times and level adjustments for the LCR are all corrected for within the DDRC without using the filters

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