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DCX2496 "almost 3-way" with AVR 7.1
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Old 18th November 2008, 04:34 PM   #1
LageB is offline LageB
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Default DCX2496 "almost 3-way" with AVR 7.1

Has anyone tried to use 6 channels of 7.1 AVR to make "almost 3-way", by using Behringer DCX2496?

Namely, to use same concept Newform who utilized 4 channels with Panasonic 5-channel Receiver as "2-way"

But, instead, "3-way", like this:
1. Tweeter: HP (say 10,000Hz and up)
2. "Mid": HP & LP (Say 80 - 10,000Hz)
3. (Sub) Woofer: 20-80Hz using DCX sub output and simple splitter to feed the two woofers


Does a 7.1 AVR receivers has 6 channels "free" to be use be used like that?

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