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Old 17th March 2015, 05:45 AM   #1
ttan98 is online now ttan98  Australia
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Hi,

This a new product from MiniDSP, from the User Manual one of the applications is

 Computer-based active loudspeaker systems

Reading the Datasheet and User Manual,
Does it means the following:

1. Does it behave similar to MinDsp 2*4ways i.e. operates as a speaker X-over?
2. In this case support 8 speakers(L&R * 4)?
3. Built-in Xmos i.e. support USB from PC
4. Built-in DAC from AKM which model?

Your response please...
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Old 17th March 2015, 05:51 AM   #2
Davey is offline Davey  United States
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There's a product datasheet and owners manual on the website with answers to all your questions.
U-DAC8 | MiniDSP
This unit is based on the USBStreamer platform.

The miniDAC8 is a another (new) unit designed (primarily) to be mated to the existing miniSHARC platform.

Cheers,

Dave.
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