Originally Posted by dsl1
Curious as well, on topic for my needs currently and the direction I go with these speakers
So i hope you don't mind if i present my scenario: i'm building a modular 3-way L/R speakers
(will start as a 2 way), with the following components:
- Beyma 15p80nd: X < 350Hz (Will be added in a distant future)
- AE TD12M: 350 < X < 1500Hz
- Beyma TPL-150H: 1500Hz < X < 20000Hz
(Crossover points will be dictated by real measures, but should be around these values).
Crossover will be Active, and i'm debating between a Monacor DSM-48LAN
or dB-Mark XCA48
The system DSP will be handled by a NAD T758 V3, with Dirac Live, and initially it will be something like this:
Due to several personal and professional constraints, i didn't have the time to complete these yet (i already have all the drivers), and will probably only have them completed in 2019.
At the same time, i'm planning building an HTPC for 4K and madVR.
Initially, i thought it would be possible to have something like this, but i then discarded after realizing that there is no computer based solution for Atmos/DTS-X decoding:
, what would i need to change in the above workflow, in order to be able to have the HTPC performing both moving decoding, L/R crossovers, BUT having the NAD DSP for all channels? For me it would be the perfect solution, as everything would be handled by the same computer. Is this even possible?