Sounds like it's just random luck what result you get and I don't think it's Dirac's fault... Maybe there is something wrong in the data transfer between Dirac and the external "black box" or something wrong between the "black box" and the XMC-2. Or maybe there is some weird bug, for example if your XMC-2 happens to have certain channel setup only then this problem appears. Or maybe Emotiva's Dirac implementation has low limit how many correction points it can do and that causes these variations. I guess we'll never know.So a fellow Emoforum member asked me to try to load the project saved from 2.5.3 to 3.0.13 and vice versa. I agreed to load the 2.5.3 to 3.0.11 since 3.0.13 causes the Dirac software to crash and causes me to reset the XMC2.
I was able to successfully load the project and upload the filter. I’m not sure what Dirac did but it sounds a lot better using Dirac v3.0.11.
I don’t know the inner workings of Dirac but this sounds so awesome...this is all I really care about. My Revels are singing some good tunes! Feel like Norah Jones (one of my favorite tests) is singing in front me. It could be just louder - who knows - it just sounds pretty dam good is all I know, especially the bass, it’s much more authoritative.