I already alluded to how it can be done, extra channels on the dsp outputting let's say 80-180 hz TA'd correctly, rear fill channels set up for 300+ hz L-R heavily delayed, mixed together somehow. Could be done with virtual channels in a dsp or externally with Y connectors.I'm a laid back guy who is not easily upset. But, even elude to calling me arrogant again and I'll ***** slap you. That was totally uncalled for and offensive to me. I've spent 13 years studying and experimenting with rear fill using 4 different vehicles as my test subjects. I've learned enough in this process to offer valid advice. How about you?
Now that I got that off my chest. Do me a favor and read this thread about adding midbass in rearward locations.
This is going to be one long thread. Inspired by the interesting work that Patrick has been doing :) Lots to cover, for anyone interested. We're going to end up covering : the fundamentals of Blumlein's stereo, vector math, a variety of already-marketed technologies including SRS and...www.diymobileaudio.com
Next, read this thread about proper implementation of differential rear fill:
Is rear fill the dogs bollocks or completely unnescessary? Thinking of selling my 4ch amp for a 2channel because i'm upgrading my front stage (bye bye rears?).www.diymobileaudio.com
Then, come back and explain exactly how you can to get this to work properly. You have great ideas. Back them up.
And I said you were straying into arrogance, not quite there, just flirting with it. With this statement, "I'd link to an article here explaining why but I fear nobody would fully understand.".
Even if we can't understand now, providing information is how you help people understand.