Originally Posted by MemX
Thank you all for your help
I will look into the Freight Broker thing, it's not something I'd thought of!
My main worry is the potential for a 54Hz spike, going from what I've read on here, as I don't have any way to iron that out - long term I would like to build a monster system but I need to sort out a payrise before I can go buying microphones, software, miniDSPs and other kit... Would it be liveable with just a plug and play set up?
Seems the old Behringer DSP1124P is only found used these days, and as Brandon suggested I'd try that route first. PE suggests the Behringer FBQ2496
as a replacement but i've not read up on it. There's threads on HTS equalization devices
for other ideas.
While you can get away without using EQ, you will be cutting potential short. The cabinet itself as you've probably read needs to knock the spikes down due to design. When trying to play loud you'll hear bottoming during the peak freqs. I'd say keep a leash on it till you can put EQ in the chain, cause that's how we had our first one setup for about 6mo. Once EQ is applied output seems to be the moon, especially with two cabinets and enough kw.
Once again with the recommended filters you can see the problem areas.
PEQ minus 4.6dB, @ 29Hz, Q=5 BW=0.2881 BFD=17.3
PEQ minus 8.4dB @ 55Hz, Q=8.9 BW=0.162 BFD=9.7
PEQ minus 7.5dB @ 84Hz, Q=2.8 BW=0.5125 BFD=30.8
PEQ minus 14.4dB @ 154Hz, Q=1.1 BW=1.2701 BFD=76.2