If all you want to do is set frequency for each speaker, you don't really need a DSP. You just need an active crossover. Something like the Clarion MCD360 will set you back less than $100.Thats exactly what I don't want. I want something simple. Basically i just want to be able to set my high and low frequency for each speaker and be done with it. I'll continue to use my head units time alignment. I don't desire all kinds of settings that I don't understand. I'm not that into this hobby and I'm not that picky. The DSP LP was cool and all, for the most part it was simple and did what i wanted, made noise unless i had a filter and drained my battery if I didn't drive the car for a week. If I disconnected power to the DSP LP then i lost all my settings so I had to leave it powered on.....yea...umm no.