There is a level setting menu within the software. The "window" of that level setting can't handle more than 10db difference without clipping. Basically, you just need to get the drivers to have less than a 10db difference between the top peak and the general average level. You can ignore dips.
Imagine if you had a driver you wanted to play 150hz to 2500hz and that driver played perfectly flat from 200hz to 2000hz except one giant peak at 1000hz that was 15db high. When you were setting levels within the software, you would either always end up clipping the input level, or you'd end up 5db lower than you needed to be and losing a lot of volume. So you'd want to eq that peak down a big.
Imo, Do as little eq as you need too. Let Dirac do as much as possible. It doesn't hurt to use the 10bands of peq for crossover correction though.
Really, the software is really intuitive once you get your hands on it.
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Haven’t hear much lately as the C dsp probably because everyone’s cars sound awesome and ran out of stuff to do (Except Erin he’s having all the fun right now and hoarding it to himself ..lol )