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I have built 2 subs and currently have 1 powered with a lt.1300 and the other is just waiting on an amp. I just got some extra money and need an amp for the other one and a EQ for the both subs. I would prefer to get rid off the lt.1300 and just have 1 amp and 1 EQ, but am having a hard time finding a combo that would beat the inuke6000 dsp for under $500. I want to avoid the inuke since it doesn't EQ below 20 hz and the amp rolls off below 20 hz also, so if for $500 I need to keep the lt. 1300 for 1 and just find a different amp for the other sub then that will be alright. Any suggestions will be appreciated.

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It would be a little over your budget but the non DSP NU6000 is $400, and a miniDSP is $125....
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It was mentioned in another thread that the iNuke goes down to about 10Hz before rolling off

http://www.avsforum.com/t/1330665/behringer-inuke-dsp/60#post_22460912

Sounds Good to Me... keeping track of my audio projects.

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It was mentioned in another thread that the iNuke goes down to about 10Hz before rolling off

http://www.avsforum.com/t/1330665/behringer-inuke-dsp/60#post_22460912

10 hz isn't bad, I thought I had heard it was 20 hz which would be disappointing, but 10 hz should be plenty for my Dayton's.
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It would be a little over your budget but the non DSP NU6000 is $400, and a miniDSP is $125....

I am fine with the extra $25 but with the mini DSP wouldn't I still need to buy a mic?
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Well if you plan on EQing your system you're going to need some kind of way to measure the response, but you dont have to have a mic to use the minidsp.
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What about the UMIK-1 mic they sale? It is only $75 and I might be able to squeeze that in. Not a $300 omnimic though.
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