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In Reply to: RE: why do you guys treat people this way? posted by cloudwalker on April 15, 2017 at 14:35:10
or he has an active set of speakers with a DAC in the speaker being used to act as the crossover. If that's true then he can in theory convert the DAC crossover to an analog active crossover. But I wouldn't do it. Designing the analog crossover so it had the same transfer functions as the digital one would take a very, very good designer. and be both difficult and costly. Perhaps he can tell us what speakers he has and then maybe someone can give him some meaningful advice.
some speakers have a built in DAC? I have never seen those. Can you please tell me the make & model #? Their DAC is probably not a good one..
Several speakers have built-in DACs. The wireless version of the KEF LS50 has 2 DACs/ch (four DACs - 192kHz/24bit), DSP active crossovers and dual-mono bi-amplification.
Been many for a long time,never assume. Good stuff amongst this old list but not for me.
"If at first you don't succeed, keep on sucking till you do suck seed" - Curly Howard 1936
I just don't understand the reason behind it
Bruno Putzeys, known for his switching amps makes a tiny speaker called the Kii with the lofty claim that it "effortlessly outperforms all others, regardless of price"
Just add computer source for your tiny Euro flat. :)
The DAC can be used as the active crossover before the amps insteas of an active analog crossover.
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