Originally Posted by ceenhad
Should say channel levels are on the input but delays and routing are part of the output profile.
Since the mono sub config is treated as one input channel by the rs20 you have to do individual channel trims to level match the subs and then use the level of channel 4 to match the group to the other speakers in the system.
This is how I understand it:
Individual channel levels, delays and routing are all in the output profile. Overall group surround levels and surround delays are in the input profile.
Crossovers can be set in Dirac, Routing, and BM. I believe they all add together.
Individual input delays and output delays can be set separately via the Delay menu.
Input levels are set on the Levels menu. Output trims are set on the Routing menu.
Input digital levels are set in the Levels menu but only if the digital volume control is engaged. Have not tested the if the output level on the Routing menu will work with digital outputs.
Of course we can eq via Dirac, graphic or parametric.
Complicated? It certainly is.
Versatile and flexible. Absolutely.