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    Does Anyone Make An Eq Like This?? I Want One! Doh...

    Well I love my 215ix and all but I really want to have front, rear and sub outputs controlled by my deck. Audio control made an eq similar to this but I do not like the frequency points. What I want...

    3 inputs for front, rear and sub

    3 outputs for front rear and sub

    I want 4 bands for the sub so 20hz 25hz 31.5hz 40hz on a narrow q

    For the front I want 13 bands 63, 100, 160, 250, 400, 630Hz, 1, 1.6, 2.5,

    4, 6.3, 10 & 16KHz via a wide q.

    and the same for the rear.. sheesh I wish someone made this exact unit!

    OK END RANT



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    Re: Does Anyone Make An Eq Like This?? I Want One! Doh...

    AudioControl's digital processors are the ones that wont work for you?
    specifically i mean the DXS, DQT, and DQX



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    Re: Does Anyone Make An Eq Like This?? I Want One! Doh...

    Audio control makes a killer 6 channel but the frequencies are way off from what I need for I cross very low at 24db/oct usually around 40-35hz. And with the sub channel seperate it only leaves me with 2-3 bands if adjustability and the rest would not even be used. Then the eq for the higher frequencies start way to high at 125hz!! I need the front and rears to be starting at 50hz or so grr... mabey someone will see my point



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    Re: Does Anyone Make An Eq Like This?? I Want One! Doh...

    Ive never heard of a car EQ with multiple inputs so that you use an outboard xover upstream. Most units today have a single input with multiple outputs and simply put the xover in the EQ. Im not following why you want to set your xover points on the deck, its not like you should be messing with them much to begin with. And that's the only reason I can think of to want multiple inputs. Save yourself the hassle, just buy a nice EQ with built-in xovers. If you want to be able to adjust them on the fly (dont know why, but *shrug*) just get an EQ that's in dash or has in dash controls.

    edit: since you want so many specific ranges, Id suggest an EQ with plenty of parametric bands. The Alpine H701 like I have would be a perfect example: in dash controller, 1/3 octave eq FOR EACH output, a bunch of parametric bands (IIRC the sub has 3 bands alone), digital/optical inputs, tons of xover bands for each channel... only downside is its not cheap.




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    Re: Does Anyone Make An Eq Like This?? I Want One! Doh...

    Yes I do need to adjust crossover points, not on a regular basis but they do need to be adjusted, not left stock *L* I run steep a generally steep slope down low around 40-50hz on the subs and a highpass of 50hz on the front end. The rear fill and center I usually run a bandpass of 250-15Khz in mono. I am aware most eq's today except one audio control have only one input, look at my sig, I have a 215ix which is a killer unit. I want the eq that I stated because I would like to be able to control the gain off the deck for front, rear and sub levels instead of going to my eq to do that "215ix is a 15band narrow q eq, 24db/oct crossover with center and rear outputs and 8v line driver"

    As for the h701 thanks for the heads up that thing is the balls! Little out of my range though because I have to buy the controller and the processor seperate



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