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I am thinking of adding a pair of DSP Genelec subwoofers to my highend analogue system.

However the subs only take a digital input so I would have to add an A:D converter after the main preamp to supply a volume adjusted digital signal for the subs.

I am concerned that the time delay created by the extra steps will become a problem.

Comments or an alternative would be much appreciated.

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Your concern over timing is justified. An A/D converter will delay compared to the analog. Conversely if you dumb down the analog to the main speakers you lose quality.

 

Perhaps a a solution is from the pro stable which accepts spdif from USB and splits and filters to several other spdif outputs. The Genelec accept digital from their own Eco system and have that all built in. Unless another member can advise something else, I can't offer a concrete solution for you.

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never mind :)

Mac Mini 2012 with 2.3 GHz i5 CPU and 16GB RAM running newest OS10.9x and Signalyst HQ Player software (occasionally JRMC), ethernet to Cisco SG100-08 GigE switch, ethernet to SOtM SMS100 Miniserver in audio room, sending via short 1/2 meter AQ Cinnamon USB to Oppo 105D, feeding balanced outputs to 2x Bel Canto S300 amps which vertically biamp ATC SCM20SL speakers, 2x Velodyne DD12+ subs. Each side is mounted vertically on 3-tiered Sound Anchor ADJ2 stands: ATC (top), amp (middle), sub (bottom), Mogami, Koala, Nordost, Mosaic cables, split at the preamp outputs with splitters. All transducers are thoroughly and lovingly time aligned for the listening position.

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