Join Date: Jul 2014
Location: Monterey Bay Area, California
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This question was first generated in a thread I posted in "Help with EQ-ing my Sub". I just realized there was an Antimode thread, so here I am.
OK. Here I go again. Just when I thought I was making a move for a new avr (Denon x2200W), I started rethinking the Antimode option. Mainly because I figure I'm keeping the NAD regardless and it would be nice to pair it with a DSP of some kind. I've looked at the DSPeaker website and read the manual, but I'm confused with the 2.1 hookup diagram. My NAD C370 has pre-outs. But if I use the pre-out to connect to the Antimode, then connect the Antimode to my sub through the line out, doesn't that leave my mains nowehere? Don't I have to return the signal to my NAD through the pre-ins? This question reveals my inexperience with these matters, I know. But I could use a hand figuring this out in my head before I decide to go this route. A simple line diagram would be helpful with your explanation; I gotta "see" stuff to get it.
For more background to my questions, you can take a look at my original, short thread. Thanks ahead of time.