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Has anyone had some time with Dirac Live's Bass Control module? 

 

I'm keen to have a tinker to integrate a pair of subs with my main speakers.  Reading the manual it's a little unclear on how it differentiates the separate subs and how to optimally pick the crossover point.  

 

Does anyone have any experiences they can share on this front?

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1 hour ago, BugPowderDust said:

Has anyone had some time with Dirac Live's Bass Control module? 

Brief.... I don't use it at home, as I manually correct my bass.

 

1 hour ago, BugPowderDust said:

I'm keen to have a tinker to integrate a pair of subs with my main speakers.  Reading the manual it's a little unclear on how it differentiates the separate subs and how to optimally pick the crossover point.

I will automagically correct multiple subs.

You need to manually specify the crossover frequency.

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I presume I will just have the subs running at 0 degrees phase, with no crossover applied, and then play with the crossover frequency to get it where I want to with my mains.

 

If I can recut a new filter without measuring again, I guess it won't be too tedious a process to iterate between various crossover points and target curves. 

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14 hours ago, BugPowderDust said:

I presume I will just have the subs running at 0 degrees phase, with no crossover applied, and then play with the crossover frequency to get it where I want to with my mains.

When you measure the speakers in Dirac, it will show you a chart to help you select the crossover frequency.

 

14 hours ago, BugPowderDust said:

If I can recut a new filter without measuring again, I guess it won't be too tedious a process to iterate between various crossover points and target curves. 

Yes.

 

It is simple.... You just drag the crossover point and the target curve around and click calculate.

 

 

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