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  • jjearl ·
    Hey this seems easier than private messaging. I always have a hard time trusting computer programs.. Is win-isd supposed to be super accurate with all the correct inputs to lets say, 5db or so.. How about bassbox pro if you know how to use it?
    edwinn ·
    if i go active with a passive set,use the frq resp chart for bandpass and hp than adjust mid cut off and slope along with tweeter hp and slope to get better overlap to raise stage height and change depth along with fade and tweeter angle for center ???is that the only benefit,
    minbari ·
    ya, that is the same one I am looking at. maybe the 8x8, but I am not sure I can justify the extra $100 just for fader control at the HU
    chefhow ·
    Actually I havent put one in my car yet. I am going to for next season, 2X8 to pair up with my MX406. I have seen one in use and there dont seem to be any lags or hangups in the firmware.
    minbari ·
    it does look very slick on their website. and in some ways, it has alot more flexability than the H700. 1/6 octave adjustments vs 1 hz adjustments for one.

    thanks for the input :)
    dragonrage ·
    Perhaps, but you'd be saving quite a few bucks and getting a much nicer interface. It's kind of a pain for someone without a laptop (like me) but I'd rather bring it up to my desktop and have the nice UI than have to deal with using a H/U. There is so much data to enter that it would be PAINFUL to do it any other way. The PC UI they have makes it much easier.
    dragonrage ·
    I've never used either of those, so I can't do a comparison review. But I don't see where there is to improve. I LOVE the PC interface, too. And it doesn't need its separate power connections to be hooked up to a PC. I just take it over to my PC, plug in the USB cable and bam, it's hooked up. It's flexible, cheap, and adds no noise that I can hear. Perhaps bikinpunk can give you more of a comparison review? He did review the MiniDSP, so check that out if you haven't seen it yet.
    dragonrage ·
    Any amp is capable of handling a 2VRMS signal. You may need an attenuator (a LOC that supports RCA in, RCA out will work) if you have a head unit that puts out a million volts on its preouts, though.
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