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The BFD is considerably cheaper than the DCX but also just as much less versatile. Afaik, there is no hpf on the BFD but it does have a large amount of very flexible PEQ filters to EQ your subwoofer system with. It is also stereo which can be very useful.


The DCX is about three times the price but it does more than just EQ. It's a very flexible digital crossover with three inputs and six ouputs. Could very useful for a multisub system or anything remotely complex.


Are you just looking for a high pass filter? Have you considered the MiniDSP for that?
 

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The BFD is considerably cheaper than the DCX but also just as much less versatile. Afaik, there is no hpf on the BFD but it does have a large amount of very flexible PEQ filters to EQ your subwoofer system with. It is also stereo which can be very useful.


The DCX is about three times the price but it does more than just EQ. It's a very flexible digital crossover with three inputs and six ouputs. Could very useful for a multisub system or anything remotely complex.


Are you just looking for a high pass filter? Have you considered the MiniDSP for that?

no looking for an all in one unit of HPF and eq. I went ahead and ordered the DCX as I like the idea of 3 ins. I then can use two for front left and right, then the other for the sub, and be able to eq each individually. I should have it all by the end of the week and can hopefully brek REW out and really get some good equalization done
 
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