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    Centre channel via Audiolense??

    As you say, the center speaker is key. Three M2's is in no way a problem other than cost. I place my full size center speaker behind an acoustically transparent projection screen.
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    Centre channel via Audiolense??

    I use a center channel loudspeaker for multi-channel concert videos and up-mixed two channel music. In this application, I have achieved the best results when the center channel loudspeaker is identical to the right and left. A wide sound stage with a properly implemented center speaker can...
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    DTS Neural Surround UpMix plug-in with Audiolense

    I prefer DTS. Halo UpMix works well too and has more adjustability. A lot of concert recordings have lame 5.1 audio and it is better to upmix the stereo track.
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    DTS Neural Surround UpMix plug-in with Audiolense

    I verified the output channels from DTS Neural Upmix. Sure enough, it was sounding bad because I had the channels routed improperly. They are out of order in Element as you found. DTS upmix is working fine for me now that I routed the upmix channels correctly. Always trace the signals paths to...
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    2 Channels in a 7.1 Container in Jriver

    The Jriver output format needs to be set to the number of channels (or more) than you measured in Audiolense.
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    Earthworks M23R Cal file not accepted

    Here's a sample mic cal file to use for formatting. Use a .cal filename extension for Audiolense
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    DTS Neural Surround UpMix plug-in with Audiolense

    It's possible I was having a similar problem and did not verify the channels on my Mac Mini. I switched to Halo UpMix because DTS was sounding bad on my Mac (was OK on Windows 10).
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    DTS Neural Surround UpMix plug-in with Audiolense

    You are only using two channels of the upmix output? DTS upmix has normal channel routing on my system. You can verify the outputs by clicking an "S" block (above the output meters) to solo one channel at a time.
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    DTS Neural Surround UpMix plug-in with Audiolense

    I don't understand your output connection to the UpMix block?
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    Several questions before making the switch

    Charbug and I calibrated his stereo system with Audiolense XO yesterday. I bet it sounds fantastic (I was participating remotely). The KPT-1802 subwoofer easily corrected flat down to 16 Hz and the Jubilee's looked great as well (two-way system with Beryllium diaphragm compression drivers)...
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    DTS Neural Surround UpMix plug-in with Audiolense

    Lately, I'm using NUGEN Audio Halo Upmix on my M1 Mac mini. Last time I tried, I could not get it to load in Element, however, it works fine in Plogue Bidule. I'm running the X-MCFX Convolver in Element as it would not run in Bidule. I'm routing audio with Rogue Amoeba Loopback.
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    2.2 Channel Hardware Requirement to run Audiolense XO (or 2.0)?

    Set your sub channel analog gain so that at 0 DBFS output from your audio interface the sub amp is at max rated output or at the max rated power of the subwoofer driver(s) whichever is lower. The correction filters in Audiolense should not boost nulls more than a few dB.
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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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