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Old 14th March 2011, 01:54 PM   #11
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Hm..let's say I have two amplifiers and Behringer CX3210 active crossover.
Would that work well?
(Fine)If you want to go active.
If you want a passive xover (like you first suggested) model the frd/zma curves with the frd consortium software tools (not difficult) and we can make a simulation fy.
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Hm..let's say I have two amplifiers and Behringer CX3210 active crossover.
Would that work well?
I would get a MiniDSP as an active crossover. The Behringer I would get would be the DCX2496.
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