- Jul 7, 2022
- Northern Virginia, USA
What exactly do you mean by "performance"? Why wouldn't a passive crossover be just as good, assuming you can match the desired parameters, which can be tricky?I’ve been using this unit for years to sort out DYI crossovers on custom built loudspeakers. It has performance as good as or usually much better than the passive crossovers that I build to mimic optimized transfer characteristics.
It is almost impossible to create text book filter responses with a passive filter due to the varying driver impedance against frequency.What exactly do you mean by "performance"? Why wouldn't a passive crossover be just as good, assuming you can match the desired parameters, which can be tricky?
The owner's manual is available under "Documentation" at:What kind of EQ are we looking at? flexible enough for room correction?
As far as their specs on their website shows there’s nothing their amplifier range can’t do that this Behringer unit can do. Not to mention they are Ethernet controlled. Correct me if I’m wrong.True, but maybe not as advanced as Behringer and minidsp . Often its just a variable dsp LP crossover in those power amps.