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Old 27th January 2012, 04:41 PM   #1
Pallas is offline Pallas  Pakistan
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Default Multichannel sweep tones

I recently bought a new AVR, Anthem MRX 300 with their ARC room correction system. It does not, however, have multichannel analog inputs. So, does anyone know of a source for discrete sweeps that route to 5.1 channels, that I could use with the "Field Capture" routine in my measurement software (FuzzMeasure)?

Why? I would like to see what ARC does with an independent system. And also compare its method of integrating mains and subs with discrete sweeps to my preferred method of running sweeps through the mains and folding in each subwoofer sequentially (per Geddes).
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