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    2.2 Channel Hardware Requirement to run Audiolense XO (or 2.0)?

    I use a MOTU 16A on an M1 Mac and on Windows 10. The drivers have never been a problem.
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    2.2 Channel Hardware Requirement to run Audiolense XO (or 2.0)?

    For your system I would consider the new RME UCX II: https://www.rme-usa.com/fireface-ucx-ii.html
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    Can Audiolense be run on Mac using Parallels Desktop?

    Looks like a new solution is in beta now: "We’re very excited to announce the highly anticipated Parallels® Desktop 16.5 for Mac with full, native support for Mac computers with either Apple M1 or Intel chips. Users will now be able to run Windows 10 on ARM Insider Preview and its applications...
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    Can Audiolense be run on Mac using Parallels Desktop?

    Intel Mac and Apple Bootcamp with Windows
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    Any point in physically time align speaker elements?

    You should physically align drivers so they stay aligned in different listening positions. For example, horns should be arranged vertically in the same plane. Audiolense can then align them in time for the main listening position. If you move side-to-side they will remain in acceptable...
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    Any point in physically time align speaker elements?

    Audiolense time aligns the crossovers and matches phase at the crossover frequency if you are using TTD correction. This is more problematic if using frequency only correction.
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    Parallels Desktop for Mac - anyone have issues with Audiolense or it works ok ?

    Years back I tried to use Audiolense on an Intel Mac. I could only get it to work by booting Windows with Apple BootCamp.
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    Audiolense solutions for correction of a multi-sub array.

    Audiolense could not achieve the bass target response in four different seats at the same time.
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    Audiolense solutions for correction of a multi-sub array.

    I am not using MSO at the moment but I will again when I get back into doing multi-seat correction. From the MSO website: MSO optimizes the flatness of the combined frequency responses of main loudspeakers and multiple subwoofers at multiple listening positions simultaneously. Although it's...
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    Several questions before making the switch

    I have used many different room correction products with my modified Klipschorns and custom subwoofers, including Dirac Live. Audiolense works the best for me. To get the benefit you are lookin for, you must bi-amp your Jubilee speakers and use the digital crossovers in Audiolense. Going to...
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    macOS convolver that works with Audiolense

    Hi Mitchco, On my M1 Mac, I'm using Loopback from Rogue Amoeba for multi-channel audio routing and Element to host the X-MCFX convolver. I have also had good luck with Plogue Bidule as a host. I'll give your convolver a try when multi-channel is available. I always upmix stereo, at least to...
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    Any point in physically time align speaker elements?

    I have K-horns corrected and time-aligned with Audiolense digital XO. I can tell you that time alignment is worth the effort. Most loudspeaker applications have so many other acoustic problems that the more subtle corrections are not perceivable.
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    Optimal crossover point for my measurements

    You can not do time correction without latency. We can not push correction into the future, we can only correct or align time issues with delays. What we need is a way to delay streaming video. That fixes the issue with movies, however, real-time gaming needs low latency.
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    Optimal crossover point for my measurements

    TTD has to be off for low latency in my experience.
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