Join Date: Feb 2018
Location: The middle of Minnesota
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Does the avr try to split the subs when using both sub outs? Or run them both full ti
The other day I decided I wanted my avr sub2 out to go directly to my BOSS driver so I could have some control over it. Then I ran my YAPO on my Yamaha rxa2060, it was obvious that the mic was not able to pickup the boss riser and so it ran yapo without it.
THEN I turned on the sub2 (boss) and ruined the sub 1 sound??? WT....
The yapo configured my sub1 (minidsp to four horns) perfectly but when I turned on sub 2 it decreased the volume and well... I don’t know, has anybody experienced something like this? It’s like it reduced it by 3db and added a bunch of time delay to sub 1 or something (but it didn’t)? All while just turning sub 2 on without anything being hooked up to sub 2 at all.
I have tried this even without the BOSS amp on, as soon as I add sub2 it’s like it wants to split the sound field or something. I have now decided to buy a y adapter to before my dsp just so I can run my boss without any eq being added (Three out of dsp for subs and number four out for boss, all on avr sub 1 out). This is an easy bypass but why do I need to do this?
This seems super weird anything would happen in the sound field.... but it did. I cannot use my sub 2 without ruining my other subs and this is even without (let me be clear hear) ANYTHING PLUGGED INTO THE SUB 2 OUT AT ALL. Turn on sub 2.....horrible weird sound field. Turn it off and just run sub 1...... awesome sub sound.
I haven’t measured with REW, I’ll try that next I guess.