Originally Posted by tojo_m
What is the probability that in the future some AVR implements built-in Bass EQ? It should obviously automatically pull in updates from github for new movies.
Originally Posted by 3ll3d00d
I think it is quite hard to think of something less likely than this
I want to just walk into my room and my system should be able to read my mind, load the movie I want to watch,
know whether to display it on the OLED or the Projector, adjust room lighting accordingly and set the BEQ for the audio.
Perhaps some day Alexa could help with that, currently limited to 7 functions in the miniDSP controller app
(My AVR is compatible with Alexa but have not tried it (do not have a Dot/Echo in my room ...yet
Originally Posted by SteveCallas
Needs to be a mobile app. Automatic updates for new movies. Type in the movie, select it, send it to the mini-dsp, and you're off.
Someone could easily charge $20. It's honestly the only way I'd get into it, and I'm not exactly tech illiterate.
Not sure why you need a "mobile app" for a stationary "Home Theater"
Curious if you have an app that selects a movie off your shelf and puts the disc in the tray of your player?
I can load a BEQ with a small laptop faster than I can pry a disc from its case, put it in the player, go back to my seat, close tray and hit play.
Even "if" I had my entire disc library burned to a HTPC/NAS, I would still have to select the movie off a list,
....selecting a BEQ off a very similar list for the audio is just 1 more click.
Most people who were intimidated at first, are pleasantly surprised how easy it is to implement BEQ with the miniDSP
After the initial miniDSP/BEQ'D setup, every title and every update is a couple mouse clicks away.
To save some time, I guess you could load all 4 Config presets in the miniDSP with 4 different movie BEQ's
...and those could be swapped on-the-fly from your seat with the smartphone/miniDSP Controller App.