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Does anyone know if Datasat has committed to supporting Dirac Unison? I understand Dirac Unison is do to be released in the next year and unlike Dirac live it will optimize multiple subs discretely on separate channels. The challenge with that is it takes channels so a Atmos 9.1.6 becomes a 7.4.4. The current base management on the RS20i will mix the LFE into the L,R,Ls,Rs if they are set to large and base management is set to no subs. If you crossed over 4 subs with full range speakers on those channels would Dirac Unison's bass management handle them optimally
(and effectively change the channel capability from 15.1 to 16.4)?
Hi Brad, good questions, will ask their techs. If it has to treat each 4 as a channel quite a trade-off. If by adding an expansion card just for the bass I would be happy.
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That was my original idea but alas wrong for 1 (for 2 should be right.:-)). For 1 You need to net furthest distance MINUS closest speaker distance differential to plug figure.
The farthest speaker has 0 delay. The others according to difference to farthest relative to listening position. Should work correctly.
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The farthest speaker has 0 delay. The others according to difference to farthest relative to listening position. Should work correctly.
Just be aware physical distances don't work for subs generally, measured distances using REW are best.
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Just be aware physical distances don't work for subs generally, measured distances using REW are best.
(Very) Low frequencies are not delay sensitive, are they?
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