Re: [LAU] On the fly bass downmixing to mono (mpd or alsa)?

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Date: Sunday, February 9, 2014 - 9:27 pm

On Sun, Feb 09, 2014 at 03:08:41PM -0600, Matt Garman wrote:

> I started the thread "How is the bass mixed? Per-channel frequency

You really need to provide a bit more information here.

If your sub is an active one (with a built-in amplifier)
it will have the required filter. And probably it will
have two inputs which it will add to mono. So you just
connect the two outputs of your DAC.

Many active subs also provide outputs for the amplifier
of the main speakers, which will have the bass (which is
used by the sub) filtered out. In that case just connect
your main amplifier or active speakers there.

If your equipment is different, then at least provide a
clear and complete descriptn, nobody will be able to
help without that.

Note that it is normally more important to remove the
bass signal for the main speakers than to remove the
mid/high part for the sub.

Ciao,

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Re: [LAU] On the fly bass downmixing to mono (mpd or alsa)?, Fons Adriaensen, (Sun Feb 9, 9:27 pm)
Re: [LAU] On the fly bass downmixing to mono (mpd or alsa)?, Fons Adriaensen, (Mon Feb 10, 1:39 am)