Duplicate sound on another channel

Discussion in 'Computer Audio' started by RogueTadhg, Sep 13, 2017.

  1. RogueTadhg

    RogueTadhg Gawd

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    I have a Z906, and I'd like to duplicate the Left channel on the Rear-Left. Making the 5.1 to a 2x2+1.1 (I'm not sure if this name exists).

    Is there anything that can do this? I need to extend audio down a long room Extending speakers to the other wall isn't possible due to funds. It's far cheaper to go 50 feet instead of 100 ft.
     
  2. RogueTadhg

    RogueTadhg Gawd

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    Would I need to get an RCA splitter of some type? After thinking about it, software may not be the best answer to the problem at hand.
     
  3. HammerSandwich

    HammerSandwich Gawd

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  4. B00nie

    B00nie [H]ardness Supreme

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    I don't know what you're looking for but two speaker drivers operating more than half the wavelength away from the other causes comb filtering (a very nasty disturbance in sound). You won't get a good result by playing the same sound, without delay and processing, in every corner.
     
  5. Tiberian

    Tiberian Finger Me

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    Proper link to the utility: Equalizer APO

    I gotta admit I had never heard of that utility before but it appears to be FUCKING AWESOME so thanks for sharing that, HammerSandwich. :D