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inuke/nx3000d buttkicker DSP/EQ settings?

Does anyone have experience dialing in Buttkicker transducers with an inuke/NX series amp? I'm running a pair of Mini LFE's run in series off one channel of an NX3000d. I have my mind around the voltage, gain, and timing issues. My questions are about EQing the high end low ends:

On the high end I'm currently using a LPF at 45Hz with a BW12 slope. Wherever you set the LPF seems like personal taste and I'm playing with that now. Whatever it is, is there any consensus on whether you guys are running step or shallow slopes?

On the low end I'm currently just running it wide open. I've read that some folks are boosting the low end with the "inuke 20Hz workaround" and others are actually filtering it with HPF's. Has anyone played with this that can offer some insight?

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Does anyone have experience dialing in Buttkicker transducers with an inuke/NX series amp? I'm running a pair of Mini LFE's run in series off one channel of an NX3000d. I have my mind around the voltage, gain, and timing issues. My questions are about EQing the high end low ends:



On the high end I'm currently using a LPF at 45Hz with a BW12 slope. Wherever you set the LPF seems like personal taste and I'm playing with that now. Whatever it is, is there any consensus on whether you guys are running step or shallow slopes?



On the low end I'm currently just running it wide open. I've read that some folks are boosting the low end with the "inuke 20Hz workaround" and others are actually filtering it with HPF's. Has anyone played with this that can offer some insight?


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