I want to try different drivers and configurations on my evolving speaker mods and figure it will be much easier if I triamp and do the crossover digitally. I don't know whether it will stay that way or not. If you have a multi-channel DAC with USB in and DSP on board to implement a crossover that you can lend and maybe sell let me know.
Hello , "Dave". "I", may have a "Few" lying around. "DOD", "DBX", etc. The usual suspects I guess. I also have extra of what I use. Which is the best crossover that I have found, (For my application at this time). It's an active x-over, Some DSP but no USB, 3-way with both RCA and balanced, in/out. And "BSC", as well as a few other things. It uses purpose made chipsets for each freq. set. "I have a ton of diff. freq. chips for it". (50Hz. step at $10 a piece). Or custom freq. chips, (for $15 a chip), I believe. I cascade two for 5-way, as they are designed. Xkitz makes them. As a "Sublime Acoustics, Model K231", but the website they have is a bit "Hokey" now. What is the proj.? X-over points? I have allot of stuff just kinda lying around if your building speakers.....Like some very nice transducers..... Just saying. "I need the room"! Regards, Scott O.