Hello, @support and others. Using my multichannel USB DAC (a stack of three Musical Fidelity V90 DACs combined together with miniDSP’s UDIO-8 interface), I have generated 4 channel Audiolense convolution filters for my main system, configured as stereo mains and two subwoofers (a 2.2 system), with the crossover set inside of the Audiolense filters. I’ve edited the cfg filters to allow independent channel mapping of each sub separate from the mains using the technique described at Audiolense Convolution Filters in Roon [Resolved - Build 298]. It works fine. However, my preferred DAC for stereo listening is a Bel Canto streamer, which is a two channel DAC, so it alone can not handle the 2.2 configuration.
What I would like to do is to route the stereo mains out through the Bel Canto streamer for best sound quality and the two subs out through the multichannel DAC stack, both using the same Audiolense convolution filters (or maybe the filters will need some further cfg editing).
Is this possible with use of zones, creating one for each DAC and combining them together? Or some other way? I can’t use the UDIO-8 interface to link the multichannel DAC stack to the streamer because the streamer doesn’t accept spdif input (the output format of the UDIO-8 interface).
Latest Roon build is on my Small Green Computer-built CAPSZuma i7 core server running WS2019 and Audiophile Optimizer. The Bel Canto streamer uses ethernet over wifi for signal input and is located physically about two feet from the core server. The multichannel DAC stack is USB connected directly to the core server through the UDIO-8 interface.
Thanks for all thoughts. Cheers. JCR