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The Dspeaker 8033 unit is designed only to be used on a sub woofer. I have one for my HT sub and the results are fantastic. The Dspeaker Antimode Dual Core 2.0 can be used with a ($2000.00) superior dac by way of 2 methods:1) Pure Digital...Take the optical out or USB out from a source and place them into the Dual Core 2.0 then use the optical out to your dac. All corrections are done in the digital domain and the corrected signal will be sent to your Dac. Source Digital - Dual Core2.0 - Dac - Preamp/Integrated Amp or Amp2) Analog... Dac Analog out to Dual Core2.0 to Preamp/Intgrated Amp or Amp. The analog signal goes through an A/D stage for corrections to be done and then a D/A for output. The A/D in the Dual Core is very transparent and many users have reported no difference in sound quality. Chris
Both analog outputs are full range (I've used both).From above, note that the DSPeaker Anti-Mode 2.0 Dual Core limits DSP to a 500 Hz upper limit.
I also use one of these. Now I only use it on my subs. It may improve the full range sound, but I just feel stupid running a nice tube amp through it. So I am a purist on my full range and a DSP user on the subs. The remote makes it really easy to switch the subs in and out or take the processing away with the touch of a button. After several years with this thing, there is no question that it improves the bass quality.
If 'tween pre and amp - analog in on Anti-mode - then with either or both XLR and RCA out to amps. One of the RCA'a out on mine has a short so I use XLR out to subs using separate XLR to RCA converter.
When I bought mine, it was recommended to use a linear power supply instead of the standard wall wart.I bought an Alstron unit for about $125.
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