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Old 7th October 2004, 12:02 PM   #1
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Default Newby Esp P67 Question Help Pls!

Hi, i'm building an active pa system (subs and tops) with lynx poweramps from acd, and want to whack in a limiter so i cant melt them!

I use a peavey cs400x (300w per side) and it uses a ddt limiter... Ok, when using full range and a heavy bass note hits it you loose all the top end, but with active xovers as i use (and will build into my project) it works very well.

I found the esp version, and to be fair i dont have a clue... i get the general idea, but i dont know what to do with the control voltage... Do you feed the signal in? or set a threshold voltage? i really don't know.

Also if anyone knows of any better ideas? better designs, maybe even the ddt, i would be very grateful for your input!!

Thank you again...

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