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SOLVED: Any plans for a 4 channel flex? 4 months 1 week ago #60819

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I’d like to EQ my LCR and Sub with Dirac, not just my LR. 

unless I can somehow use 2 flex boxes and Dirac will read both in the same calibration. 

Answer:  It won't be disclosed and current MiniDSP products only support 2 channel Dirac

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Any plans for a 4 channel flex? 4 months 1 week ago #60823

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unless I can somehow use 2 flex boxes and Dirac will read both in the same calibration. 

You can't with any current miniDSP products since they only support 2-channel Dirac Live.

To save you waiting, you won't get any official answer re. future product plans from miniDSP. 
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Any plans for a 4 channel flex? 4 months 1 week ago #60826

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I think lots of people are waiting/hoping for the next nanoAVR to appear from minidsp! The only way to get multi-channel dirac at the moment is to use something like the C-DSP 8x12 DL or DDRC-88A. Either would need to sit between a source/processor with multi-channel out and power amps. There's the DDRC-88D but that needs a non-typical, average consumer set-up to work.
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Is it possible to change the gains and delays after Dirac? 

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Is it possible to change the gains and delays after Dirac? 

Could you clarify exactly what you have in mind please? I'm not 100% sure what you mean, or how it relates to what has been written above.

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I had a knowledgeable audience so it’s unrelated but figured I’d get a response.

Dirac sets gains/trims and delays.  I’m wondering if after they are set, if I can still make modifications 

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Dirac sets gains/trims and delays.  I’m wondering if after they are set, if I can still make modifications 

You can within the miniDSP plugin. The current version of Dirac Live also gives you the option for it to not apply gain and delay corrections if you wish.

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