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Old 11th June 2003, 10:59 PM   #11
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I should have been more specific. The Driverack PA has a 28 band Graphic EQ and up to three bands of parametric EQ per output channel.

The Driverack 260 has 4 bands of parametric EQ per output channel, and a choice of either the 28 band graphic EQ or 9 bands of parametric EQ per input channel.

So with the PA you can have up to 9 bands of parametric EQ for a 3 way speaker, and with the 260 you can have up 21 bands for a 3 way.


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