Originally Posted by grasshoppers
OK, i will stop messing with you. LOL But, i do have one
more "linky" for you. HP filter from HSU. If I understand it
correctly if would be set-up as follows.
It"s a $100, the others i saw were $400 and up:eek:
Hmmm.. that looks like what I might need. In the picture it has the setting to either use "EQ1" or "EQ2" but it really means "HPF1" and "HPF2" right?
Also, you are correct in your understanding of my set up. Right now it's like this:
Laptop --> USB dac (usb input)
USB dac (RCA output) --> white RCA to left speaker, red RCA to right speaker
If you're not familiar with the Shifts, they have the following inputs/outputs on each speaker:
Inputs: 3.5mm & R/L RCA
Preamp output/pass-through: 3.5mm & R/L
So if I'm thinking of this correctly, I'll need an RCA splitter coming off of the DAC. One set of RCAs will go to the speakers after passing through the HPF, and the other set to the powered sub which will have it's own LPF.
Question then is, why is there a "Subwoofer Level" on the HSU hpf you linked me to?
EDIT: Is HSU assuming that the subwoofer I'll be using has preamp/pass-through outputs?