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Optical Direct for Reactors
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Anyone know if there is an optical direct mode for the Reactors?
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#2
You don’t need it. You can already turn latency down to 60ms which appears to be the lowest that they support.
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#3
Question..
Low latency means less sound quality?
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(16-May-2019, 08:24)booshtukka Wrote: You don’t need it. You can already turn latency down to 60ms which appears to be the lowest that they support.

I'm more interested in removing the need for the devialet app... I want to use a pair of reactors for surround speakers in my home theater.  I'm worried that the devialet app will reset the volume to 35 randomly right when my wife/kids want to use the system...
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"Low latency means less sound quality?" - I don't believe so, but it does mean less stability between the Reactors, so you need a better connection. That's why I recommend Ethernet.

(17-May-2019, 19:30)njaiswal Wrote: I'm more interested in removing the need for the devialet app... I want to use a pair of reactors for surround speakers in my home theater.  I'm worried that the devialet app will reset the volume to 35 randomly right when my wife/kids want to use the system...

I think you can do that straight away, but you will need to use the app (or your hands) to adjust the volume.
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