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Hi guys,
Its been a while since I felt the need to reconfigure my HT setup. I have a question about the Bheringer DSP unit that functions as a x-over and also a eq. I currently have 24db per octave Marchand Electronic homemade gear with thier trim pots. I also have three Bheringer parametric units that have worked fine. So my ultimate question is this, if I switch to the Behringer DSP units for x-over use and also EQing will I gain more performance than what I am currently using ??? It seems on Behringers website that they brag about the DA converters used in this unit, is this a great DA converter or not (brand wise) I mean? I know I will also gain many other features with this unit I currently do not have. Just seeing what you guys think before purchasing.
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I LOVE my DCX2496!!!!!!!!!! It is tricky to learn but well worth it! I mean the level of customization is just unreal. I have a 3way setup using 48db butterworth filters and on REW you can see the filters are very accurate. I have eqed the low-end and set a shallow slop at 20hz as a low-pass filter and it works awesome. I am going to play around with time delay soon. This toy is just way to much fun. :)

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Yeah, I guest its time to try one out on the mains and see what I can get out of it. Has anyone played with the time adjustments to compensate for front driver displacement with any luck ?
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Just one more thought... how have some of you guys decided on the type of filter LR or Butterworth ? I know I would use the steep slope I think. I have built WMTMW fronts and center.
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