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Old 27th April 2011, 05:59 AM   #11
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Thanks!

What you are saying is that if I have a miniDSP 2x8 + miniDIGI setup, and I send a signal to the analogue input and a digital input, I will get a mix of the two signals on the output if I setup the miniDSP that way? And then I could put the analogue input to ground if I donít need the input?
Yes that's correct. Please have a look at the user manual and especially the mixer/router section. It's all there and will be clearer.

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But then I would get whatever noise there would be from the analogue input always when using the digital input? While Iím only using the analogue input for measuring system once in a while maybe I should set the configuration from my PC every time. And disable the analogue input in the configuration for playing music.
Well, if that's a problem, then mute that input (e.g. DIY some sort of input audio selector for the analog part.

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miniDSP 2x8 doesnít have any digital input selection like the 2x4? Canít see it in the manual. So I could have both inputs ďonĒ in the miniDSP configuration and switch the unused digital source off (using your mixing suggestion)?
Mmmh, not sure what you mean here.. but basically, the 2x4 is 2in (analog OR digital) while the 2x8 + a miniDIGI combined with the 4x10 plug-in is an actual 4 x in (2 x analog AND 2 digital), 10 out (8xanalog, 2 digital). So it's not the same... Please look at the plug-in datasheet again, I think that the DSP diagram should show everything that you may have as a question. A lot clearer than in words anyway to my mind... :-)

Hope this helps,

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Old 27th April 2011, 04:12 PM   #12
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Nearly there

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Mmmh, not sure what you mean here..
I was not so clear and correct. What I an asking is:
If I add a miniDigi board to a 2x8 - can I use the input source selection decriebed in the miniDigi manual section 1.2 (the drawing with the switch on the J11 jumper)?

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Old 28th April 2011, 10:24 AM   #13
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I was not so clear and correct. What I an asking is:
If I add a miniDigi board to a 2x8 - can I use the input source selection decriebed in the miniDigi manual section 1.2 (the drawing with the switch on the J11 jumper)?

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Peter
Peter, answer is no. You can't use it.
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Old 28th January 2012, 06:44 PM   #14
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Hi,

after thinking and soldering and connecting and reconnecting etc for a while i found this last post ... possibly you wish to add a comment in the miniDigi manual that the analog/digital toggle dies not work on the 2x8.

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Old 4th February 2012, 05:16 PM   #15
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Good point. We'll make sure to put a note somewhere in the miniDIGI user manual.
Thanks for your feedback.

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Old 6th February 2012, 09:46 AM   #16
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after thinking and soldering and connecting and reconnecting etc for a while i found this last post ... possibly you wish to add a comment in the miniDigi manual that the analog/digital toggle dies not work on the 2x8.

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Christian
Too bad....
An analog/digital configuration with the 2x8 is exactly what I need.
I wanted to use the 2x8 as a crossover for my diy 3way speakers with 2 sources,1 digital from my audio pc using the minidigi and 1 analog,the preouts of my av receiver for home cinema.I thought toggling between the sources would be possible...
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it is possible, you just have to go another way (disconnecting and/or muting the unused inputs) ... a few relays or a multi-pole rotary switch should do the trick. I will use a microcontroller-based solution but still have to modify it in order to switch between a and d

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it is possible, you just have to go another way (disconnecting and/or muting the unused inputs) ... a few relays or a multi-pole rotary switch should do the trick....

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Christian
Now I know this is the way to go...I got things sorted out in Minidsp's own forum.Once I have my multichannel ICE amps up and running it will be Minidsp time.

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Old 10th February 2012, 10:28 AM   #19
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same goes for me ... 6 ICEpower amps ready to play but still the surroundings of the miniDSP are missing ... apart from that I still struggle with switch-off-bumps of the minidsp ... I'd like to avoid the effort of analogue volume control (which would solve thge problem of the bumps) ...

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Old 10th February 2012, 12:32 PM   #20
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Are you using any sort of input buffer for the ICE modules?Seems there is an issue with rising input impedance of the modules as the frequency goes up.
Forgot to mention...I'm talking about 125ASX2 modules.Which ones do you have?
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