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Old 03-05-2013, 05:12 PM - Thread Starter
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Wish I was doing the bench testing on these....but rather I am asking for the appropriate folks with experience to weigh in. And I wouldn't know where to begin, never mind that I don't have the equipment to do it:D

Anyway...I will be driving two single-driver DIY 4^ft sealed enclosures with 18"HO Daytons.

I need a power and FR mod means to smooth things out and better match the two subs with speakers and room of approximately 4000^feet.

I was initially ruling out the iNuke because of lack of adjustability under 20Hz.
However, I was recently informed that the Inuke DSP can control frequencies somewhat below 20hz using creative filters?

If so, a one-stop solution of amp and DSP seems like the way to go.

Is there any thing that the CV + mini can do that the IN6000 can't or vice-versa?
(this thread is mostly focused around the DSP aspect, but...why not two EP4000 amps in place of the single solution CV or 6000???)


Feel free to weigh in y'all...I'm a rook at this and appreciate everyone's time and opinion! biggrin.gif

Thanks in advance!
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Old 03-07-2013, 03:33 AM - Thread Starter
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So...in the amps and processors forum...there are no experts or experienced folks willing to weigh in on an amp and processor question??????????eek.gif
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