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sanford1 19th February 2006 10:53 PM

TOA DP-0204 DSP Crossover/EQ
 
While waiting for a Behringer DCX to resurface , I picked up one of these on ebay for next to nothing. While it runs at 48kHz/20bit, it seem like a pretty capable unit. When I get some AES-EBU cable from Markertek I plan on hooking it up after my DEQ2496 and hear how it is. In the meantime, is anyone here familiar with this box?
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rob755 23rd January 2013 11:27 PM

TOA DP-0204
 
Hi, I know this is ancient post....but...I wonder how this went for Gary? I have one of these I paid quite a bit for on ebay some years back (they were very expensive new), planning on maybe getting a second for future plans.....never happened. Any feedback on where it stands performance wise and in today's world of options?? Thanks for any thoughts shared...Kind Regards, Rob

bodo 27th January 2013 05:46 PM

TOA DP-0204
 
Hi Rob,

maybe I can answer some of your questions regarding the TOA crossover. I'm a long time user of the DP-0204 (more than 10 years) running the unit in combination with an old Anatech sample rate converter fed by a squeezebox receiver. Attenuation is done by a 4 channel pot. This setup is totally quiet. I can't detect any hiss or noise, even if I stick my ear into my 110db midrange horns. Please feel free to ask any question regarding proper setup or technical details of the crossover.


Best regards,

Bodo


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