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Old 10th April 2013, 05:06 PM   #1
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Default Downloading a plug in again.

I purchased a miniDSP 2X4 board and Advanced 2 way plug in some time ago. Shelved the crossover for a while due to system changes. New system now and would like to use the crossover and plug in, but in the time since I've last used the crossover my computer that I had the plugin loaded onto has died.

Is there a way to download the plug in again without charge, or do I need to buy it again? Not a big deal if I do need to purchase again, but if I can save a dime...
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Enter the miniDSP site, log in and click on the "User downloads".

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Old 10th April 2013, 07:19 PM   #3
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Ahh! Thanks, George. I'd seen that, it says Beta 2way Advanced plug in, wasnt certain if that was the entire plug in again or just an update.

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You are welcome.
It is the entire plug-in. Some bugs have been fixed.
Look here from this post and on:
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