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I was fortunate enough to be invited by David Snyder @dsnyder of the San Francisco Audiophile Society to talk about DSP/DRC.While the video begins at my DSP talk, I encourage folks to rewind to the beginning of the video as David has a wonderful presentation on streaming and using a Raspberry PI as a Roon endpoint.
Hi I am wondering what the best music server software is and the best digital room correction software to go with it is, please. I have a work system that I plan to upgrade over time. It has a decent buisness PC and a Xindac DAC5 feeding Linn 11L active speakers. The problem is that the upper base can blurr together. I will upgrade in time. I expect to get a Hugo DAC, then amp(s) at least the cost as the DAC, and, say Neat Iotas, then... etc. I love the Naim sound, but if the DAC V1 isn't the greatest, then I wait longer to get my first black box. I am computer literate and have written
my question is simple, my reason is a little bit more complicated. the question: one of my speakers is about 8 inches further away than the other one, should i use time alignment after the room EQ plugin? i've uploaded a picture of my layout, maybe it will help with confusion. i'd like to think i could simply set the time alignment and answer the question myself, but i can't because there's like 1.5dB splash off the television next to my computer monitor. the television is angled some towards my chair. because of the splashing, i don't know if i'm overshooting my effort