Has anyone else observed an out-of-phase behavior of Freya? Ran across this while setting up Freya as a switcher for selecting between AV receiver or Yggdrasil as the source to active speakers. Setup 1: AV receiver RCA out-> RCA to XLR cable -> XLR to XLR cable -> XLR-in of active speakers. Setup 2: AV receiver RCA out -> RCA to XLR cable -> Freya XLR in to Freya XLR-out -> XLR to XLR cable -> XLR-in of active speakers. Otherwise exactly the same room arrangements and rest of the system and settings. I.e. the only difference is if two cables ar plugged to teach other or if Freya is between them in the chain. When doing room calibration (with Yamaha YPAO), the Setup 1 goes normally, but Setup 2 results in Yamaha warning that the L and R speakers are out of phase. This happens with both passive and JFET stages. It also happens when going from AC receiver RCA out -> RCA to RCA cable -> RCA in of Freya with otherwise the same configuration. Also tried other RCA-XLR and XLR-XLR cables in case I had a funky cable. But it did not change the results. With Ragnarok the out of phase did not happen. I wonder if somehow the design of Freya leads to this, or if I have a incorrectly wired Freya. A quick google failed to find similar experiences. Also wondering if this happens when listening to the Yggdrasil XLR out -> Freya XLR in to Freya XLR out --> XLR in of active speakers and if it actually skews the phase also in this case. And if I then flip the phase in Yggdrasil, does that in effect restore the "normal" phase. Any experiences, advice and thoughts would be very welcome.