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Daisy-chain 1 month 3 weeks ago #57863

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Hi, can the flex be daisy-chained?

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Daisy-chain 1 month 2 weeks ago #58071

I want to know the same. can I have two miniDSP Flex and control the volume with just one? will the channels be in phase?

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Daisy-chain 2 weeks 2 days ago #58592

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@audiodidakt - I don't see any reason the outputs from one Flex can't feed into another Flex...they are just standard analog or digital signals.

I wish miniDSP would monitor and answer questions here, as I have a similar question to @goldistan:
I want to have one Flex(digital), feeding into two Flex(analog) boxes (all co-located next to each other).  I need to know if each remote is/can be assigned to a specific Flex device.  Would not want changing the volume/inputs/presets on the first box, changing the same things on all three boxes (and vice versa)  ...

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Daisy-chain 1 week 5 days ago #58706

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In answer to your questions, you can daisychain 2 x units but you're going to loose 2 x outputs in that case on the first unit (i.e. unaltered L&R). So max you could get is a 2x6 I guess? and you'd be getting some 
There isn't anyway to "pair control" though. That would require some control link between the platforms. That's not possible I'm afraid.. 

Only way we could think it would work would be a custom piece of software (E.g. mrene miniDSP github.com/mrene/minidsp-rs) that would send the same control command to 2 x units for volume control. That would need to use RPI or such... 

PS: If you guys have questions, feel free to start a support ticket. We're always here to answer.. :-) 

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@devteam...I will enter my question here as a support ticket.
 

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I opened a ticket for my use case posted above, and received a prompt and professional reply (thanks miniDSP support team).  

If you have multiple miniDSP remote control devices in the same room/area, you CANNOT assign a specific remote control to a specific miniDSP device.  Unfortunate.  A possible workaround is using a programmable remote assigned to a specific remote control emulation for each miniDSP device (i.e. Sony, Toshiba, etc.).
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