Me too. I know they have had many a request for a stand alone PEQ unit. Perhaps they have gone one further, noticed what else these units get used for, and produced this precisely for us guys :bigsmile:And don't forget the DSP models have bits taken from the DCX2496 in terms or EQ, delays, crossover and more.
Now that defo interests me.
I was told however that they would be out in May 2011.High-performance DSP and 24-bit/96 kHz converters deliver ultimate signal integrity and extreme dynamic range
DSP section features sophisticated delay, crossover (3 filter types, up to 48 dB/octave), EQ (8 parametric, 2 dynamic), dynamics processing and lockable security settings
I emailed behringer twice to get some info but I wasn't able to get anything concrete out off them. All I got was that the 3000 DSP model will be more expensive than the EP4000 which is pretty obvious.
Their website says:
I was told however that they would be out in May 2011.
Sorry I can't give you any more information.
The predecessors (EP range etc) certainly did, its one of the things that made them DIY favourites, which I'm sure contributed to the addition of DSP as well, and I fully expect these new amps to be good down to at least 15hz.My only real question now is does the amp section roll off at 50hz like the Crown DSP XLi models do.
I'm sold for sure if the NU1000DSP will do sub support down to 14-15hz for my LLT.
If this comes out in May then perhaps some lucky reviewer will see one this month.
You're exactly right about not needing REW. Didnt think about that. I have seen a site or 2 that says nothing about a pre order, but has add to cart. Once added to cart you can actually go to check out where it still says nothing about pre order. I'm not going to chance it yet til I see that some folks have these.Even if they are not supported by REW if you can adjust instantly on the fly with a computer you could just re test till you get the results that work. Based on pre order status at many sites we may have these in June. I'm going to wait 30 more days then go another way if iNukes are not out or somehow unsuitable.