if you don't mind sir, I'd like to piggyback off of your thread as it seems we share a similar issue
I was wondering if you could help me out. I goofed up and bought a regular minidsp 2x4 for sub duty, thinking the .9v - 2v jumper/selector was in regards to the output
I have a couple of the ROLLS MB15b Promatch and More
, will this make up for the .9v limitation of the mini 2x4?
Will the following allow me to achieve a proper gain structure...no clipping?
1. Turn off Audyssey on my avr (SR7011), set MV to 0.
2. Ensure input sensitivity jumper is set to 2v on the mini
3. Play a 0db 40Hz test tone (Subs disconnected) and measure the sub out rca and adjust the sub trim until the output is 2v
4. Connect the sub out of the mini to the "ROLLS MB15b Promatch and More" and adjust the output knob until I get a desired non clipping signal to my amp (FP20000 clone)?
Am I good so far? Instead of a 40Hz tone, should I use pink noise?
Let's stop there for now. BTW, my meter has an oscilloscope feature so I can monitor the signal using it.