OK, have to add the QSC units to the list. It appears those more capable ones are pretty spendy even used. I was considering the more modest QSC DSP30 even though it has XLR connectors.Another one that I was considering is the Peavey X-frame 88. Like some of the others it has front controls that probably can be locked out.It looks like there are a lot of good choices at good used prices as long as I am willing to take a risk on outdated firmware/software.The basic Shure DFR22 is looking better and better since it is still current. I don't really need the touted feedback suppression.
Unless you have people who will try to sabotage you, I have found just bolting on a security cover to be enough to discourage tampering. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk HD
Also look into:dbx zonepro 640 or 641Shure P4800Shure DFR 11Ashly 24.24 (original rs-232 version)Peavey Digitool (act fast, there's one on ebay now for $70)and even the Behringer DCX can be useful for simple tasks like this.Don't be scared off by legacy software, most any older XP desktop has a native serial port and you can re-purpose it for this one use.Also don't forget analog which can be found for pennies on the dollar now, A basic 2-way crossover, a 15-band EQ followed up by a comp (and a bunch of security covers.)
I didn't know the Bi-amp gear was still current as I mostly see units that apper to be quite old. I sort of lump Bi-amp in with Dukane gear as being somewhat obscure and with questionable audio quality. I will admit this is an unfounded preconception with no basis in actual experience. Both those brands might be very solid. In an event, I am a little leery of gear with "modules" for portable use.
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