Originally Posted by ceenhad
You simply need to connect to a single channel of the analogue inputs then using the output routing table you can quickly send the input to output or combination of outputs. No additional cables or changes of connector required. Very simple solution.
I am sure that you can do a similar trick in the EQ page but this way is easiest for me.
But, would enable you to get a sweep of multiple channels at once?
Originally Posted by ceenhad
Dave. I don't think that sub layout is necessarily what you were after. Dan explained exactly how to get a mono feed to multiple subs and this is how we prefer to configure them for movie playback.
I don't think Dan was able to get Mono to all subs when he had the unit. How did you do it? And I can understand how doing what I did would have all those channels EQ'ed under one channel.
Originally Posted by djnickuk
As Neil says, I just run a single output from my tascam us122mkii to left in on stereo 1 input. I can then send this to all channels via stereo routing. Except I can not send to my rears as, previously mentioned, I can not get my rears to fire on a stereo input. Most odd.
But for using rta I just use the internal tones of the rs20i and use rta on REW to measure and then I adjust accordingly.
In audio levels you have the option of either running pink noise thru a single channel or if you tick multichannel pink noise you can then select each channel you wish to play pink noise from simultaniously.
And re sub calibration. I listen to music using the subs as left and right so I calibrate them seperately. Then for movies I sum them to mono and run another eq for that.
It is a shame that one can not sum 2 sub channels and keep their independent eqs. Although I believe Dirac filters will allow this. But Neil will know for sure on that matter.
How did you connect the cable to your PC and what did you use? Also can you show screen shots or a few pics of how you have the RS20i set to feed the stereo input?
Originally Posted by stephenbr
I am a little confused with the suggestions around setting up subwoofers.
I have two subwoofers, one each next to my L&R speakers.
For movie listening (my predominant purpose with the RS20i) I think the suggestion is to have both subwoofer channels on channel 4 as per JapanDave's post and then EQ'd them as one subwoofer (I assume you set up bass management as a mono subwoofer). Is that correct?
At the moment I have set my subwoofers up as dual subwoofers (L&R) using bass management and assigning them to channel 4 and channel 9 as seperate channels and have EQ'd each as separate channels.
This is getting interesting!
Yes, that is correct. When you have your two subs on that channel (4) and have base management on mono, it will feed the channel 4 signal to both subs. You could feed as many subs you want that same signal via my screen shot.
We needed this thread a long time ago.