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post #11 of 17 Old 03-16-14, 07:37 PM
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Re: Behringer iNuke DSP Help

Potato-potatoe. Same thing in the end.


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Thanks man. So no rolloff below 20hz to worry about? Think I should hpf at 20hz along with the ls12 or alternate potato?

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Re: Behringer iNuke DSP Help

You should disable any HPF if your subs are sealed!!


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You should disable any HPF if your subs are sealed!!
Thanks for clearing that up. Your help is greatly appreciated. Can't thank you enough!
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My pleasure, let us know how your subs sounds once you get everything setup!


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Re: Behringer iNuke DSP Help

I believe I've set mine at the quote from ltd but can someone confirm as the a possible screen shot or as to which tabs on the dsp setting should be adjusted. Here is what I did a while ago. On the filter/xover tab I set the highpass at 20hz with a buttersworth at 12db. On the paramedic eq tab I set a HS12 at 20hz with a -5db gain. Is this correct or do I need to do Something a little more or different to achieve a lower than 20hz filter. I think was doe to get me around 15hz. Let me know thoughts or if there are other ways
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You shouldn't have the xover setting at anything. Your reciever would do that. You make the hpf in the EQ page by doing a hs12 with -gain and the you bump the overall gain on the xover screen by adding in the equivalent positive gain. I didn't need to do this at all because my subs are sealed. I assume this is a ported sub? I can't do screenshots because the software only shows 20hz so the effective filter is to the left of where you can see on the screens.
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