In the configuration screen you decide if you want it to be dual mono, stereo, bridge, or biamp 1/biamp 2. You can also set delays, 0 or 180 degree phase shifts, and peak limiters. It also has dials for "hold" and "release" - not sure what that is. You can also link the channels so that EQ/gain/etc. settings applied to one channel are the same on the other.
In the filter/crossover section you can set a high pass and a low pass filter for each channel, using buttersworth (6/12/18/24/48 dB), bessel (12/24 dB), or Linkwitz-riley (12/24/48 dB). There is also a gain setting for each channel. (-12 dB to +12 dB)
In the parametric EQ section you can set an 8 point EQ for each channel, using PEQ, LS6, LS12, HS6, or HS12. You can set the gain from -15 dB to +15 dB for each EQ point.
In the dynamic EQ section you can set 2 different DEQ's for each channel, using BP, LP6, LP12, HP6, or HP12, with a ratio of 1:2, 1:3, 1:5, or 1:10. (This section also has "attack" and "release" dials- not sure what that's all about).