** Man of Leisure **
Well, congratulations on getting over the hump!She Lives/We Did It!
The Mini DSP was indeed registering as a sound device, and once I disabled it - it popped on automagically and we're in business
Thanks again fellas, really appreciate all of the help!
I will now set off again on my quest to use the REW EQ tool to "match the target response" and upload these filters to the mini.
For Sub 2, I shall plug in the RCA from the AVR (sub out 2) into IN2, and the other RCA from OUT2 into Sub2's LFE, is that correct?
Also, I have not time aligned or level matched these subs, but will that be taken care of once I run Audyssey?
The subs should not have separate PEQ. The two sub outputs from the AVR have the same audio signal. Use only one sub output from the AVR, and connect the two subs to outputs 1 and 2 on the MiniDSP. Use REW to measure the combined sub signal, and use this as input to REW’s EQ tool to develop the PEQ filters. Export the PEQ filters and import them into the 2x4 on the input channel so that they apply both sub outputs. Re-measure the combined sub signal to make sure the PEQ has the desired effect.
This procedure is described in the 2x4 implementation guide linked in my sig, starting on page 32.