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Arun

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miniDSP SHD as a good crossover
« on: June 16, 2019, 02:22:44 pm »

Hi,


Iam a newbie looking for a crossover for my home 2.1 setup. (this question is about pro devices though - please read on ...)

While finding recommendations, a lot of pro devices was getting recommended a lot for this functionality.,

But while evaluating the specs, a fact that seemed to jump at me is that compared some of the pro equipment (ashley protea etc) , this consumer grade device listed in the title seems to have good spec from a THD, SNR and DSP functionality perspective .

I understand the rack mounted pro equipment might be rated for better life and more ruggedness & perhaps have connectivity more suited for pro sound (eg AES) and designed for faster operation (more physical buttons maybe).

But apart from that, can someone tell me if from the perspective of crossover performance alone, whether this new device could be considered to be good enough compared to the pro crossovers?

In fact at the cost of an ashley 4.8 this seems to be giving THD and SNR comparable to a Lake device.

Is this a correct assessment? What are the advantages of pro crossovers compared these sort of devices?


Thanks
Arun
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« Reply #1 on: June 16, 2019, 03:50:44 pm »

Hi,


Iam a newbie

Please go to your profile and change your name to comply with the posting rules.

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