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DDR24 and 4 subs - is AVR needed for measurements? 6 months 5 days ago #59926

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According to this diagram www.minidsp.com/applications/subwoofer-tuning/ddrc24-multisub the Computer doesnt actually connect to the AVR

I'm able to get sound going to the sounds throught the DDRC24 but levels are way to low - even at Master Output set to -12.5db, and Mic Gain (Umik1) at 100% the levels i get is something like -30db and i get a too low noise to signal ratio error

The problem with going thru the AVR is that its in way in the back and i dont a long enough HDMI cable lol was hoping i didnt need to use the AVR directly to calibrate the subs



Same with this image 
www.minidsp.com/applications/subwoofer-t...tuning-multiple-subs

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DDR24 and 4 subs - is AVR needed for measurements? 6 months 5 days ago #59929

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Go to the AVR's channel levels and increase the gain of the sub output. 
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DDR24 and 4 subs - is AVR needed for measurements? 6 months 5 days ago #59943

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I'm able to get sound going to the sounds throught the DDRC24 but levels are way to low - even at Master Output set to -12.5db, and Mic Gain (Umik1) at 100% the levels i get is something like -30db and i get a too low noise to signal ratio error

My guess is that you've got a volume setting on your laptop/PC that is low and affecting the output level. The AVR volume should make no difference if you have things connected as in your first photo.

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DDR24 and 4 subs - is AVR needed for measurements? 4 months 4 weeks ago #60530

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Answer: Default volume on ddrc was something like -12db :/

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