Not 100% certain on what you mean, but I do know that you can pretty much set any crossover point you want for each band in the DRPA.
To Simplify, I want to output full range on both the high and mid outputs.
Currently I am using my DRPA to crossover my subs and run my TOA HX-5's out of the high in full range then crossing over. This week I'm adding side fill speakers. Is it possible to run the DRPA in three-way mode but run both the mid and high outputs full range and cross them over on the low end?I already have the DRPA split so I can aux-feed my subs so I can't split the high out.
What the OP is attempting to do here is find an easy way to run more cabinets than the DRPA is actually designed to run in full range mode, probably to use the DRPA features for the additional cabinets as well. With the 480 or 4800 direct connections are made using a "wire", or no crossover at all, and directing an input to an output with whatever you want in between. I think you can also do this with a 260 but don't remember. In any case the DRPA is cheap enough the proper way to accomplish the goal would be to buy a second DRPA, or bypass the DRPA, run the second set of cabinets full range, and use an outboard EQ for them. Of course the subs would be run through the DRPA as well. This is the way I ran a dual system for years with no loss in sonic quality. Eventually I ran a pair of 260s, then a 480, now a 4800 and the 260 for additional monitors.
Page created in 0.145 seconds with 23 queries.