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inuke 1000dsp subsonic filter question?
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Old 1st June 2015, 11:07 AM   #1
avnewbee is offline avnewbee  United Kingdom
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Default inuke 1000dsp subsonic filter question?

Hi quick question

just before I click buy can someone tell me if the behringer inuke 1000 dsp amps allow you to select a low (20hz) high pass filter to stop a subsonic freq from bottoming out the sub?

sorry if the questions silly i'm building my first diy sub and I cant find the answer in the manual. But with my limited experience certain crossovers limited the freq that you could adjust.

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Old 2nd June 2015, 09:13 PM   #2
ViennaTom is offline ViennaTom
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on inuke 6000 I can set a high pass as low as 20hz but not lower. is the inuke1000 dsp similar?
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