That's fine then. Makes sense to do it that way. I guess you will need to enter the hardware serial # or similar.
I think there may be some authentication that the company have to authorise post purchase. I have no doubt they won't lose control of such a valuable asset.That's fine then. Makes sense to do it that way. I guess you will need to enter the hardware serial # or similar.
You would have to use a cheap dac for the sub to use flex advanced hi/lo pass.
You can run everything hdmi to tv, optical out.
To play sound and turn the screen off, hold the Mike button on tv remote and say "screen off"
This function comes and goes with updates.
My understanding is optical sends a fixed signal.
Digital only version of flex means only one dac inside your speakers.
The flex doesn't output digital and analog.
Coaxial digital will play through analog rca. I don't know how and wouldn't use it that way.
Your sub would only need the cheap dac.
You could use a different wireless for your sub.
It appears your main speakers have dsp crossovers, so digital active crossovers.
Similar to what flex does.
Does the connect box have hi/low pass?
Personally I would use a physical digital connection throughout if possible.
Complete overkill for your sub
Funnily enough, I reached that conclusion too. I'm not completely wedded to the Dynaudio box for the sub, but it would seem to be a convenient solution. However, the cost does not justify this convenience! Having said that, I will have to allow for a dac if getting the digital flex (think it better to keep the main speakers in the digital domain). Or splash the cash on the SHD. The more I struggle with this, the more I'm drawn to the SHD.The same wireless signal from the Connect box goes to both the speakers and Link box, so you can't high-pass the speakers and still have the sub play the low bits. If you must have a wireless connection to the sub then you'll either need a second Connect box operating on a separate band (they support up to three bands) or some other wireless sub system (e.g. SVS sound path) - although it would be hard to guarantee the latter won't interfere with your existing Connect. Assuming you do the former the analogue Flex would work fine, although it would seem much simpler (and cheaper!) to have a wired connection to the sub.
What I would say, is if you are considering an approach with two Connect boxes definitely check that at least two of the available bands work without drop-outs on your existing box before shelling out for a second one. I found that in my environment at least one of the bands struggled (I assume due to interference from other wireless tech in my house). I personally would go for a wired solution, but if you were determined to try another Connect there is currently one going for a good price on Ebay (full disclosure - it's mine, but then I'm actually recommending you don't buy it!)