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Old 5th October 2006, 07:39 PM   #1
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Default Using DCX2496 for transient-perfect crossovers?

If I set up my DCX2496 for overlapping 2nd-order Linkwitz-Riley slopes, reverse the tweeter polarity, and add apropriate boost at the XO point with the PEQ function, will I not achieve transient-perfect behavior, as described here?

Seems logical to me, assuming IIR filters affect phase the same as analog circuits, but I'd appreciate some reality-check feedback.

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