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post #121 of 125 Old 10-11-2013, 07:31 AM
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On the pc, u Ned to save then upload it onto the amp.

What? No you don't. You change a value and click off the control and it is saved. It saves on loss of focus.

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OK, so I'll make initial settings on the PC, load to amp, then tweak there.
To be clear, as soon as I change a value?

I need to tame the sharp resonances of a DTS-10 sub, so it'll be a lot easier if it's instant.

The manual doesn't say what you put into the USB port; I assume a cable that you connect to a computer, as opposed to a USB flash drive with a configuration file on it - right?

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Like I said, make all your changes on the PC. It is "real time".

It comes with a usb cable that you connect to your computer. It's the square kind like you would use to hook up a printer, so you couldn't use a flash drive anyway.

You get other real time stuff that way too like being able to watch for input and output clipping.
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Great, thanks

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Interesting,
Noah if you could share further details of your efforts, that'd be very cool.

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yes agreed - it is real time changes. It's especially useful with a realtime measurement tool like the omnimic. I've found it helpful in tuning in my buttkickers as well since it's realtime and you can adjust the filters while feeling the song beats realtime.

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Do you mean particular to use and results of the inuke DSP, or the system application?
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Interesting,
Noah if you could share further details of your efforts, that'd be very cool.

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