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Old 1st August 2019, 10:43 PM   #81
ViennaTom is offline ViennaTom
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Chris, were you able to record some power consumption figures?
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Old 6th August 2019, 09:23 PM   #82
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Just playing with Armonia. there are so many questions, I 'd need some guy to walk me through this software (skype?)...
What is Layer 1, Layer 2 Layer 3?
How does active damping control work?
How to implement crossover filters on the various outputs, how to link highpass and lowpass? how to save / restore setups?
I think I understand the input fallback strategy and the Matrix, though..
How to properly setup Dante virtual sound Card on a PC?
So many questions......
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Old 7th August 2019, 03:37 PM   #83
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I can walk you through it if you like. Maybe the best thing to do would be some kind of screen sharing..?

The layers are just EQ layers that are summed. Sometimes it's handy to give a visiting engineer a "flat" EQ to work with, so you can just give them one of the layers.

The active damping effectively gives you variable output impedance. If you switch it on, though, the channel gets lowpassed at 400Hz. Not sure why.

All the crossovers are independent, but you can copy/paste if you want things to match.

Dante Virtual Soundcard is fairly straightforward when you've got everything up and running.

You can store setups (as speakers or snapshots of the entire amplifier) within the amp itself, and also on your laptop.

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