- Nov 15, 2020
- Brussels, Belgium
This is a very interesting question but i'm not sure the 'answer' is easy.Hello regarding the comment above "If all you wanted it for was to manage multiple subs, you could just run the low end into the DDRC (via analog in) and use the matrix to create four controllable sub channels with dac and eq."
If using Dirac which routing scheme would you suggest? (see images) The reason I ask is because Dirac wants to level calibrate in both channels. However the monaural combination seems to defeat the time domain concept of Dirac.
You could follow my guide above and reduce the 4 subwoofers to 2 subwoofers (with the delays and SPL matching), and then use each input for each one of the two new subwoofers. this way you have split the correction.
This way you can still have some sort of meaningful Time domain correction. It's a bit complicated, let me know
start with this, copy the delay and gain to outputs.
do the same thing again but with this.
One more time but with this, this is your 'final' Dirac calibration:
Then after the previous one you just change the matrix to this (and reduce each output by -3 dB because)