I have been looking at the dsp software for the pc that came with the nu3000dsp. Does the behringer dsp only allow you to boost at 20hz up? I can't find anywhere that let's you boost lower frequencies.
geckodan said:The DSP is limited to 20hz and above. Boosting below 20hz isnt a great idea anyway, but with a wide band Q you can set a boost centred at 20hz and its effect will extend well below it. You can also use the LS filter to boost the low end output of the subwoofer.
I'm assuming on the parametric eq, if I select a ls filter at 20hz is it better to use an LS6 filter? That's 6 db per octave, is that right?
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Looking at the software control it seems to only allow a setting of 20Hz for the filter. However, you would need to set this higher than the 15Hz cut off you require anyway since it has to roll off from some point higher. So I think this would do what you require: It allows up to 48dB/octave, using either the Butterworth or Linkwitz-Riley options. This should at least considerably reduce the level being sent to the driver in the case of a high level signal at 15Hz on the disc.
I like to listen at reference level & my IB can play very low frequencies at high levels,the really low frequency stuff on some movies gets uncomfortable & shakes doors etc in the house
these.Yes Scott,eight Acoustic Elegance IB15's in a manifold with four down each flank face to face
very nice i bet that sounds just mental, how much power they getting each,