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rick57 11th October 2006 12:11 AM

Behringer XO sequence
 
What is the best sequence to use these three?

1 DCX2496

2 Master volume

3 DEQ2496

Thanks

dwk123 11th October 2006 12:21 AM

Source -> DEQ ->DCX ->Master Volume

This of course means that you need a multi-channel volume control, but this setup will preserve resolution as long as possible.

rick57 11th October 2006 12:31 AM

Pardon my ignorance, I'm not disputing you, but how does this sequence better preserve resolution

audio-kraut 11th October 2006 03:04 AM

Its not only about resolution, its about practicality and rationality - or do you want to eq each two channels seperately, meaning to purchase three deq's for three way active setup?
The deq corrects the the roomresponse for the full spectrum, this then you divide via the dcx into two or three bands. The dcx also does the time alignment, if you run sub/sat configuration.

You want the master volume control last, so you can run in the digital domain with full gain, thus having the highest resolution there - keeping the bit count up.

rick57 11th October 2006 03:32 AM

thanks ak, makes sense

Cheers

sqlkev 11th October 2006 04:51 AM

Plus, running all digital from your source through the processors(I assume that you're using a dvd player) will get the most out of those processors.

rick57 11th October 2006 05:07 AM

Ah source - highly relevant

it will probably evolve to about 70% CD, 30% analogue (FM & records)

Cheers


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