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Looking for a good DSP

Postby hondajohn » May 26th, 2020, 8:19 pm

Hey tuners im looking for a good dsp for a good price cud be used but in mint comdition no issues preferably rockford, JL audio, helix etc.
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Re: Looking for a good DSP

Postby IDRC » May 27th, 2020, 7:18 am

Have a db drive edsp31v2 brand new $2400

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Re: Looking for a good DSP

Postby hondajohn » May 27th, 2020, 6:07 pm

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Re: Looking for a good DSP

Postby X_Factor » May 27th, 2020, 10:24 pm

u interested in a almost mint condition
dayton 408?

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Re: Looking for a good DSP

Postby ameeraali » May 29th, 2020, 12:00 am

Price

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Re: Looking for a good DSP

Postby slickrick777 » May 30th, 2020, 6:27 pm

have a sealed rockford fosgate 360.3

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Re: Looking for a good DSP

Postby flashpoint » June 12th, 2020, 9:13 am

Have a kicker front row 1000 call 7346112
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Re: Looking for a good DSP

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Have a brand new JL Audio TWK88 $2500 slightly negotiable

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Re: Looking for a good DSP

Postby gfbl » June 30th, 2020, 10:27 am

I have a helix dsp

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Re: Looking for a good DSP

Postby Kasey » June 30th, 2020, 11:17 am

Time and time again, I have always said, in terms of price, NO CAR AUDIO PROCESSOR, ABSOLUTELY NONE, can compete with a good Pro audio processor. You get all that you want and LOTS more. Personally I find car processors VERY expensive for the little features that you get in them.

For example, a used Behringer DCX2496, goes for about $1000-$1600 used (a new one is about $2700). This particular processor has (yes, 24bit DSP) 6 INDEPENDANT, CONFIGURABLE outputs, crossovers, individual EQs (both graphic AND parametric), individual time alignment, individual variable phase shifters, INDIVIDUAL LEVEL CONTROL, INDIVIDUAL MUTING, and something that is particularly useful that most car men do not know about - individual limiters and compressors. It also has three independent configurable inputs (which has almost the same features as the outputs minus the crossovers). It even has a connection for a laptop for computer tuning.

FYI, the Compressor feature, once used correctly, can have your music sounding extremely smoother (especially if you like to listen to different genres of music). It gives the sound image a 'warmer' feel. The Limiter feature, once set properly, can protect your speakers from burning (you set your limit, and no matter how much the input is driven further, it does not send extra to the amps), and also mitigate against drastic modulations in the music. Anyone know of any car processor that has the compressor feature?

There are only 2 catches to using a Pro Audio processor in a car:
1) The space it will take up
2) You will have to install a SMALL 110v inverter.

Comments/ Corrections welcomed.

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Re: Looking for a good DSP

Postby altec » July 2nd, 2020, 1:55 pm

yuh know that is how it was back in de day....house/pro equipment stuck in de trunk.....

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Re: Looking for a good DSP

Postby vct17inch » July 4th, 2020, 1:22 am

Kasey wrote:Time and time again, I have always said, in terms of price, NO CAR AUDIO PROCESSOR, ABSOLUTELY NONE, can compete with a good Pro audio processor. You get all that you want and LOTS more. Personally I find car processors VERY expensive for the little features that you get in them.

For example, a used Behringer DCX2496, goes for about $1000-$1600 used (a new one is about $2700). This particular processor has (yes, 24bit DSP) 6 INDEPENDANT, CONFIGURABLE outputs, crossovers, individual EQs (both graphic AND parametric), individual time alignment, individual variable phase shifters, INDIVIDUAL LEVEL CONTROL, INDIVIDUAL MUTING, and something that is particularly useful that most car men do not know about - individual limiters and compressors. It also has three independent configurable inputs (which has almost the same features as the outputs minus the crossovers). It even has a connection for a laptop for computer tuning.

FYI, the Compressor feature, once used correctly, can have your music sounding extremely smoother (especially if you like to listen to different genres of music). It gives the sound image a 'warmer' feel. The Limiter feature, once set properly, can protect your speakers from burning (you set your limit, and no matter how much the input is driven further, it does not send extra to the amps), and also mitigate against drastic modulations in the music. Anyone know of any car processor that has the compressor feature?

There are only 2 catches to using a Pro Audio processor in a car:
1) The space it will take up
2) You will have to install a SMALL 110v inverter.

Comments/ Corrections welcomed.
Those two disadvantages are the nail in it's coffin for alot of people. There are alot more persons who want processing in their daily driven vehicle than people who have dedicated music vehicles. Hence why small car audio DSPs have become popular. No matter what vehicle space always tends to ba a major factor

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Re: Looking for a good DSP

Postby SR » July 4th, 2020, 6:22 am

https://youtu.be/O5wA1sBQN2g

Many systems i have heard using this device with an inverter tend to have some sort of ground loop

Installed right it can be an option if there is space

An automotive dsp doesnt have any controls or displays and its all controlled via a computer using a usb cable as opposed to a rs232 computer cable.

Most laptops and computers do not come with a rs232 port anymore and you will have to get a usb to rs232 converter.

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Re: Looking for a good DSP

Postby speedmelter » July 4th, 2020, 9:08 pm

Kasey wrote:Time and time again, I have always said, in terms of price, NO CAR AUDIO PROCESSOR, ABSOLUTELY NONE, can compete with a good Pro audio processor. You get all that you want and LOTS more. Personally I find car processors VERY expensive for the little features that you get in them.

For example, a used Behringer DCX2496, goes for about $1000-$1600 used (a new one is about $2700). This particular processor has (yes, 24bit DSP) 6 INDEPENDANT, CONFIGURABLE outputs, crossovers, individual EQs (both graphic AND parametric), individual time alignment, individual variable phase shifters, INDIVIDUAL LEVEL CONTROL, INDIVIDUAL MUTING, and something that is particularly useful that most car men do not know about - individual limiters and compressors. It also has three independent configurable inputs (which has almost the same features as the outputs minus the crossovers). It even has a connection for a laptop for computer tuning.

FYI, the Compressor feature, once used correctly, can have your music sounding extremely smoother (especially if you like to listen to different genres of music). It gives the sound image a 'warmer' feel. The Limiter feature, once set properly, can protect your speakers from burning (you set your limit, and no matter how much the input is driven further, it does not send extra to the amps), and also mitigate against drastic modulations in the music. Anyone know of any car processor that has the compressor feature?

There are only 2 catches to using a Pro Audio processor in a car:
1) The space it will take up
2) You will have to install a SMALL 110v inverter.

Comments/ Corrections welcomed.


Not to mention the added benefit of having a freaking suitcase size piece of equipment proudly display.

Btw those features you listed are less than what most newer car audio processors offer

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Re: Looking for a good DSP

Postby silence » July 5th, 2020, 10:31 am

slickrick777 wrote:have a sealed rockford fosgate 360.3


how much ?

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Re: Looking for a good DSP

Postby casper » July 6th, 2020, 10:08 am

speedmelter wrote:
Kasey wrote:Time and time again, I have always said, in terms of price, NO CAR AUDIO PROCESSOR, ABSOLUTELY NONE, can compete with a good Pro audio processor. You get all that you want and LOTS more. Personally I find car processors VERY expensive for the little features that you get in them.

For example, a used Behringer DCX2496, goes for about $1000-$1600 used (a new one is about $2700). This particular processor has (yes, 24bit DSP) 6 INDEPENDANT, CONFIGURABLE outputs, crossovers, individual EQs (both graphic AND parametric), individual time alignment, individual variable phase shifters, INDIVIDUAL LEVEL CONTROL, INDIVIDUAL MUTING, and something that is particularly useful that most car men do not know about - individual limiters and compressors. It also has three independent configurable inputs (which has almost the same features as the outputs minus the crossovers). It even has a connection for a laptop for computer tuning.

FYI, the Compressor feature, once used correctly, can have your music sounding extremely smoother (especially if you like to listen to different genres of music). It gives the sound image a 'warmer' feel. The Limiter feature, once set properly, can protect your speakers from burning (you set your limit, and no matter how much the input is driven further, it does not send extra to the amps), and also mitigate against drastic modulations in the music. Anyone know of any car processor that has the compressor feature?

There are only 2 catches to using a Pro Audio processor in a car:
1) The space it will take up
2) You will have to install a SMALL 110v inverter.

Comments/ Corrections welcomed.


Not to mention the added benefit of having a freaking suitcase size piece of equipment proudly display.

Btw those features you listed are less than what most newer car audio processors offer



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Re: Looking for a good DSP

Postby NATO1 » July 6th, 2020, 9:41 pm

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speedmelter wrote:
Kasey wrote:Time and time again, I have always said, in terms of price, NO CAR AUDIO PROCESSOR, ABSOLUTELY NONE, can compete with a good Pro audio processor. You get all that you want and LOTS more. Personally I find car processors VERY expensive for the little features that you get in them.

For example, a used Behringer DCX2496, goes for about $1000-$1600 used (a new one is about $2700). This particular processor has (yes, 24bit DSP) 6 INDEPENDANT, CONFIGURABLE outputs, crossovers, individual EQs (both graphic AND parametric), individual time alignment, individual variable phase shifters, INDIVIDUAL LEVEL CONTROL, INDIVIDUAL MUTING, and something that is particularly useful that most car men do not know about - individual limiters and compressors. It also has three independent configurable inputs (which has almost the same features as the outputs minus the crossovers). It even has a connection for a laptop for computer tuning.

FYI, the Compressor feature, once used correctly, can have your music sounding extremely smoother (especially if you like to listen to different genres of music). It gives the sound image a 'warmer' feel. The Limiter feature, once set properly, can protect your speakers from burning (you set your limit, and no matter how much the input is driven further, it does not send extra to the amps), and also mitigate against drastic modulations in the music. Anyone know of any car processor that has the compressor feature?

There are only 2 catches to using a Pro Audio processor in a car:
1) The space it will take up
2) You will have to install a SMALL 110v inverter.

Comments/ Corrections welcomed.


Not to mention the added benefit of having a freaking suitcase size piece of equipment proudly display.

Btw those features you listed are less than what most newer car audio processors offer



LMAO

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Re: Looking for a good DSP

Postby Kasey » July 6th, 2020, 10:33 pm

speedmelter wrote:
Kasey wrote:Time and time again, I have always said, in terms of price, NO CAR AUDIO PROCESSOR, ABSOLUTELY NONE, can compete with a good Pro audio processor. You get all that you want and LOTS more. Personally I find car processors VERY expensive for the little features that you get in them.

For example, a used Behringer DCX2496, goes for about $1000-$1600 used (a new one is about $2700). This particular processor has (yes, 24bit DSP) 6 INDEPENDANT, CONFIGURABLE outputs, crossovers, individual EQs (both graphic AND parametric), individual time alignment, individual variable phase shifters, INDIVIDUAL LEVEL CONTROL, INDIVIDUAL MUTING, and something that is particularly useful that most car men do not know about - individual limiters and compressors. It also has three independent configurable inputs (which has almost the same features as the outputs minus the crossovers). It even has a connection for a laptop for computer tuning.

FYI, the Compressor feature, once used correctly, can have your music sounding extremely smoother (especially if you like to listen to different genres of music). It gives the sound image a 'warmer' feel. The Limiter feature, once set properly, can protect your speakers from burning (you set your limit, and no matter how much the input is driven further, it does not send extra to the amps), and also mitigate against drastic modulations in the music. Anyone know of any car processor that has the compressor feature?

There are only 2 catches to using a Pro Audio processor in a car:
1) The space it will take up
2) You will have to install a SMALL 110v inverter.

Comments/ Corrections welcomed.


Not to mention the added benefit of having a freaking suitcase size piece of equipment proudly display.

Btw those features you listed are less than what most newer car audio processors offer


You have a really small suitcase bro. I never said it was practical in all situations. I guess my beef with the car audio processors is actually the price point. I can get a used pro audio processor with all the features listed and more for about $1500. I am sure I CANNOT get a used car processor that will be able to do what the $1500 pro audio processor can do for that price. And FYI, The features I listed are only SOME of the many more features.

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Re: Looking for a good DSP

Postby casper » July 10th, 2020, 3:20 pm

swear like u have shares in DBX bai :lol:

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Re: Looking for a good DSP

Postby Rishizze » July 10th, 2020, 6:56 pm

What processor should I use with my Pioneer P99RS?

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Re: Looking for a good DSP

Postby kavaninho » July 10th, 2020, 7:37 pm

Rishizze wrote:What processor should I use with my Pioneer P99RS?

Three PWM20's will work fine.

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Re: Looking for a good DSP

Postby Rishizze » July 11th, 2020, 12:10 am

Why not 4? Deck has 4 pairs of output.

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Re: Looking for a good DSP

Postby lowriderb13 » July 27th, 2020, 5:13 pm

Got a DQXS 2500
hondajohn wrote:Hey tuners im looking for a good dsp for a good price cud be used but in mint comdition no issues preferably rockford, JL audio, helix etc.

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