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Old 26th July 2007, 06:26 PM   #31
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What I meant was a dsp that input the digital from a cd player, did the convolution and output a digital signal that I could use with my pure digital panny sa-xr45 amp. Thanks for all the great info.
There is no digital output in the ax1.
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Can you elaborate on the phantom center issue? I don´t see what you´re referring to.
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Old 26th July 2007, 06:26 PM   #32
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Do you mean puting the yss901 in the ax-1?

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Old 26th July 2007, 06:37 PM   #33
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There is no digital output in the ax1.
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Can you elaborate on the phantom center issue? I don´t see what you´re referring to.

If you want to play back MCH material with stereo dipoles , you have to mix the center channel to L and R. This is happening after the DACs in the Yamaha, so it would have been an extra ad/da step. Also the Yamaha would have been hard to "convince" to process analog input at 48 kHz.
If you are using a rear stereo dipole pair for reproducing the rear 2 channels of a Mch recording, the direct sound contamination is not that big a deal - see the post about double stereo dipoles.

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What I meant was a dsp that input the digital from a cd player, did the convolution and output a digital signal that I could use with my pure digital panny sa-xr45 amp.
I do this within the panny, after the Dolby/DTS decoder. Or as a standalone unit, the Behringer provide the necessary input/output for the DSP.
The Panny ambience generator is useless, I have extra boxes for that.
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Old 26th July 2007, 06:46 PM   #34
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I do this within the panny, after the Dolby/DTS decoder. Or as a standalone unit, the Behringer provide the necessary input/output for the DSP.
The Panny ambience generator is useless, I have extra boxes for that.
I'm not clear on what your saying. Do you mean you have the yss901 in the panny? And the Behringer can take a dig in, do convolution and output dig?
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Old 26th July 2007, 07:11 PM   #35
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I'm not clear on what your saying. Do you mean you have the yss901 in the panny? And the Behringer can take a dig in, do convolution and output dig?

yes, 2 Yss in the panny, one in the Behringer
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Could you please explain how you did that? I would love to give it a try.
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Both the panny and the Behringer has 64* LRCK = BCK. This can be interfaced easily with the Yss "Yamaha DSP mode" input format. In the input side you have to delay the LRCK, on the output side the data AFAIR. I'll check the details later.
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Awww.. The Yammy DSP-3000. That brings back memories. Got to play around with one back almost 20 years ago, IIRC. Great sounding, great fun.

Does Yamaha make a similar product today? Did not see one on their website. Or anyone else?
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Ok, I got my yss901 chip and downloaded its schematic. I want to put it into my panny sa-xr45 (I also have a xr25 that could be a candidate). Anybody have a service manual for the pannys? My soldering skill are quite lacking. I'm going to need some serious help!
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