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MCHSTREAMER and CROSSOVER 1 year 9 months ago #46817

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Anyone used MCHSTREAMER as multichannel crossover? 3/4 way crossover. Is possible to do it with Rephase plugin?

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MCHSTREAMER and CROSSOVER 1 year 8 months ago #46995

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mmmh... The MCHSTreamer is just a USB audio interface. It doesn't have any processing/DSP processor.
Rephase is just a software design tool I'm afraid. you need to find a software/streamer able to do DSP I guess.. Not sure what would work on this as it's not our area of expertise.. :-)

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MCHSTREAMER and CROSSOVER 1 year 8 months ago #46996

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I think I found solution. J.River can split channels with internal equalizer. I hope MCHSTREAMER can recognize all channels.

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MCHSTREAMER and CROSSOVER 1 year 7 months ago #47817

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Yes, JRiver also comes with a WDM dirver that allows Windows to see JRiver as your default audio device, routing all Windows audio through MCenter for processing (wiki.jriver.com/index.php/WDM_Driver)... I've done that in the past with the miniDAC8 + MCHStreamer. It works okay

Right now I'm testing a similar setup using the same hardware, but with the Linux, running on an Atomic Pi SBC using software called PulseAudio Crossover Rack (Raspberry Pi works as well). It's works beautifully... I've been running it for several weeks now and I love it. Also you can get amazing support for the software on DIYAudio. I was fairly new to Linux and PulseAudio & the guys there were extremely helpful.

www.diyaudio.com/forums/pc-based/330273-...mentation-linux.html

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MCHSTREAMER and CROSSOVER 11 months 4 weeks ago #52130

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I'm using MCH streamer with "Acourate" for crossovers, time alignment and room correction. "Acourate Convolver" as convolution engine and "J.River" as mediaplayer with a multichannel dac. There is a user forum there as well so.... :)

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