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Using DSP in Roon with 2.1 setup, what device?

Geertidow

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Dear fellow forum members,

Since I have Roon I have used DSP in my living room (2.0 setup) with a Bluesound Node 2.
Currently in my dedicated listening room I use a minidsp flex with DIRAC live.
However, a little DSP should be good enough for my 2.1 setup.

What device would be suitable for:

1. Roon
2. Time delay for subwoofer output.
3. DSP (preferably sub and speakers, but as in DIRAC a 2.0 DSP setup (Left right) is also fine).
4. Optional: MQA (not a big fan, but if it's still in the market I wouldn't mind being able to decode it).

Hope to hear from you!

EDIT: I'm perfectly fine keeping the setup like this, just wondering if the chain could be simpler
 
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Mikig

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Dear fellow forum members,

Since I have Roon I have used DSP in my living room (2.0 setup) with a Bluesound Node 2.
Currently in my dedicated listening room I use a minidsp flex with DIRAC live.
However, a little DSP should be good enough for my 2.1 setup.

What device would be suitable for:

1. Roon
2. Time delay for subwoofer output.
3. DSP (preferably sub and speakers, but as in DIRAC a 2.0 DSP setup (Left right) is also fine).
4. Optional: MQA (not a big fan, but if it's still in the market I wouldn't mind being able to decode it).

Hope to hear from you!

EDIT: I'm perfectly fine keeping the setup like this, just wondering if the chain could be simpler
Hi,

I'm using 2.0, I'm also trying to figure out how to make Roon's DSP work, since it's already built-in.
Anyone use it?
I started from a graph of my speakers found online and tried to bring the lowest points to the "average".
 
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