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Old 26th November 2012, 02:24 PM   #1
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Default NOS DAC, 50hz filter and subwoofer

How do I fix this?

Streaming sound.
I want a super NOS DAC.
I want to filter at 40-50hz 24dB LR - under for mono sub - over for stereo sidesystem.
Still keeping a short signal path.

You might not believe me, but I have killer sound right out of my mac mini. As in minijack to RCA!! Better then with most DACs i tried.
Throug my preamp and to my poweramp. Super simple.

But I want to join in a mono sub, still keeping a short signal path. And filter off the low end in my sidesystem, to get a more steady 3D image.

Hope you can help.
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