Originally Posted by LTD02
awesome, but you should put that in a new thread, so it will get more attention!
Hey buddy, I was researching the 6000DSP today and ran across the CHT iNuke thread
trying to find some more detailed info. Is craigsub banned from AVS or something? Guess that is more of a rhetorical comment vs. a question as I’d rather not to get into forum politics.
Anyway... I always dread bringing up old threads, but after an extensive AVS search this appears to be the
thread to ask my questions. Plus I'd prefer to be able to reference the information I need here on AVS in general.
The independent iNuke nu6000 bench test
referenced in the CHT thread seems to provide more technical data than I really care about, but the one take away I got from the frequency response test was that it maintained a relatively flat response from 10Hz up to around 22KHz.
Ok, on to my pointed questions.
1. Has anyone tested these out with some serious ULF content that us DIY guys are always striving for? I’m sure 10Hz response is respectable for 75% (<-- totally subjective)
of even us DIY’ers, but has anyone tested their response below 10Hz? If so, a link or reference would be awesome.
2. Would the DSP feature be even remotely relevant if one was to have another EQ method, along the lines of a MiniDSP or SMS-1, in the chain? Saving $100 would be nice...
My FP14K Clone is acting up on me and I’m thinking of picking one of these up from guitar center just to try it out on my LMS-U’s. If anything, just to have a reference point to gauge the performance of my Clone. In all likelihood I’d probably return it after my Clone gets repaired.
Just weighing options at this point so I’m not bassless during the Clone down time...