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Can minidsp skip the filter and DSP part? 1 year 1 month ago #50494

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i mean,
I know that this minidsp will handle the signal as 96khz internally

Is it possible to let the source signal(24/192) just pass through the DSP part and keep the 24/192 source up to the line level input?

like, 24/192 source from network drive > minidsp dac > minidsp pre-amp section> int-amp’s line level input > power amp.?

coz i might use the dsp filter not regulary.

Thank you!

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Can minidsp skip the filter and DSP part? 1 year 1 month ago #50495

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i mean,
I know that this minidsp will handle the signal as 96khz internally

Is it possible to let the source signal(24/192) just pass through the DSP part and keep the 24/192 source up to the line level input?

like, 24/192 source from network drive > minidsp dac > minidsp pre-amp section> int-amp’s line level input > power amp.?

coz i might use the dsp filter not regulary.

Thank you!


When I asked minidsp about the possibilty of bypassing the dirac block they said it will always in the signal path (but with a transparant filter).
So that alone can answer your question with a no.

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