Originally Posted by mmiles
Train, I was suggesting the GE T2 since I have listened to them at CES and CEDIA and yes think there would be some crossover with DefTech sine Sandy Gross was one of the founders? What is a speaker management system you refer too? I too love pro gear. In thevpast I have used QSC and Face Audio amps and loved them.
TechGuy, good catch on the RBH T2. I use own to own a pair about 6-7 yrs ago.
Alot more in common with Deftech than you could know.
The entire speaker, components etc are built in the same Chinese factories. Regardless of how some think they sound, they are just built dirt cheap with really cheap materials and components, just like Deftech.
As for Pro Audio gear......at the budget end you have something like the Behringer DCX2496, which allows you to do 3 configurable inputs in/to a total of 6 configurable outputs(So left, right and sub channels input into for example L&R highs, midrange, and L&R sub out), along with time delay for each output, and independent parametric EQing for each output and fully adjustable xovers for each output(any slope you can imaging from 6-48db and any frequency range, high,band,low pass).
This is an inexpensive piece that alot of people love to pick up start with.....its also the stock unit that comes with Emerald Physics active speakers. Its also popular with the modders too.
Then there are more expensive units like Rane's AC23s/DEQ60L combo, basically a seperate Xover/EQ arrangement.
Or the DBX Driverack 260, 4800, 4820........just good examples to start you off on, all differing in features and budget.