I find my self adjusting the crossover and the gain on the crossover to compensate for the room. In other words I am using the crossover like an eq. I know it is wrong that is why i am looking into the behringer dcx 2496le.
I was wonder had any one had any experience with the LE version.
Gosh noo!! The DRPA is the most convoluted and unintuative processor I have ever used. The DCX ease of use would make me pay MORE for it than the DBX.
John,I've used DRPA, PA+, PAX and 260, and the DCX. While I agree the DR series (those I have used) can be VERY unintuitive, once you learn your way around.. its' not too difficult. I do NOT use auto-FBE or Auto-RTA features.. running a 2x5 system with limiters, alignment delay (9 ms), xover settings and gain matching for outputs. Pretty simple.. My DCX, my Behringer CX3400 (? or older model) and DBX 234(?) are all DEAD!! DRPA is still going strong... YMMV
Sorry but the low-end driverack products are crap. Unless you get into a DR260 or better, you'd be better off just saving your money.
Tim, (with all due respect) that's no different than saying Ferrari's are great and VW beetles are crap. Most in this forum are weekend warriors, and don't have $2K to invest in a DSP. Much as I'd LOVE to drive a Ferrari (308GTB specifically, if that matters), reality is that it's out of my price range.. so I'm stuck driving a Lexus. And sure, if you put a $400 DSP up against a $2K+ DSP - bingo.. you are absolutely right! Same with matching a basic 31-band EQ (B*ringer, Alto) up against a high-end Danley or Neve EQ. The lower 2 listed will be viewed as crap.Thankfully, 95% of the weekend warrior audience can't distinguish the diff.
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