Mini DSP is all setup in my chain and soon as I set my delay for the rear subs to 7ms delay..............the bass has literally come alive!. HOLY FKN **** ITS AWESOME!! hahaha. For ages Audyssey Pro just never sounded right.....it looks like it could of been a delay/phase problem?. I ran a Audyssey Pro 3pt cal and it has definetly tightened everything up. Im almost there!!
Now my question today is....I bought my Mini dsp just a week ago....So ill assume it has the Rev 1.7 PCB?...so i can switch it from the 2v to 4v setting?......reason I am asking is because certain movies like The Incredible Hulk at reference with the subs 7db hot.....It feels like the bass volume drops...like its not as intense
Could this be the mini dsp clipping the signal?...both inputs 1 & 2 were almost at the -3/ -2 marks at one stage on the input channels in the plugin.
I have 4 Submersives and all of them are 2 clicks from the off position so they are at very low volume. My sub trims on my Integra 80.3 are -10.0 and -9.5. I dont have a Multi meter to check all of this as Im a n00b to all of this. Should I up the voltage on the mini dsp to 4v from the stock 2v position? *if I have the rev 1.7 board, how do i check this?*...to see if it makes a difference?.
Thanks again for all of your help...........if I fix this small issue this thing will literally be the best piece I have ever put in my system
EDIT - Found this for my Integra DHC 80.3 - It's rated for 2v but the Maximum XLR Output is 11v...............Could this be as simple as changing the jumper to 4v?
Integra - DHC -80.3
Input Sensitivity and Impedance
200 mV/47 k-ohms (Line)
2.5 mV/47 k-ohms (Phono MM)
Rated RCA Output Level and Impedance
1.0 V/470 ohms (Pre out)
Maximum RCA Output Level and Impedance
5.5 V/470 ohms (Pre out)
Rated XLR Output Level and Impedance
2.0 V/470 ohms (Pre out)Maximum XLR Output Level and Impedance
11.0 V/470 ohms (Pre out)