Originally Posted by edoggrc51
The splitter is not on their site as its a custom built cable. I had to contact them to place the order on it. The reason for the 4-1 adapter is to keep the signal path as simple as possible. So it's Denon to SMS-1 via an RCA/XLR adapter, then XLR cable from the SMS-1 to the custom 4-1 adapter which will plug in directly into the 2 clones (4channels).
So it's more like half-not.
Ah, of course. Two-Channel, each channel can take their own dedicated input. WTF was I thinking.
Nice to know BJC will make you custom cables. Yet another educational post for me.
Hey, so I forget what your plan was again. You're going to stack the subs right? Or put them in each in a corner (4 seperate locations)? If you were to seperate them into 4 seperate locations, wouldn't it be safe to assume another SMS-1 would be benificial? Like 1 EQ per pair (left/right or front/back)? Or would you need to have two dedicated LFE outputs from your received for that to be benificial?
Not my intention to veer the topic to SubEQing, just learning a lot and trying to figure out the big picture, ya know. Let me rephrase the question:
You are splitting 1 LFE output, so the signal is the same, correct? Would there be any benifit by adding another SubEQ to run your incoming pair if you were looking to take full advantage of other
Obviously this is a moot point for your particilar application given your purchase of a 1to4 XLR splitter, but I'm just asking for theoretical purposes.