Its definitely a nice processor .. I'd hold onto it ..you may want to use it in some sort of old school build someday .. it would be really nice paired up to an rfx9300 or something like that ...Louisiana_CRX, thanks someone else just said the exact same things in another forum, so I will definitely only use one Audiopipe splitter, but I am used to the DSP.
You're right the DSP only adds a few more EQ bands and the ability to select between Butterworth and the other crossover types. I tune it with the RTA and the mic and the pink noise and all that and I learned a lot but I still don't know if it could be tuned better, I mean it sounds good to me but it's a lot of work.
I'm of the opinion that with 5V pre-outs your DDx903S' main job is acting as a splitter and not a line driver because your signal integrity is already top notch so long as you don't have ridiculous slack on your RCA cables. It would take a lot of coils to ruin a 5v signal unless you've got it sharing a wire mesh with the Bat+ or something.Hello again,
I made some of the suggested changes, including getting rid of the DSP and adding different speakers. I'm open to any other suggestions. My question is
Do I have that RCA Splitter hooked up correctly? Or do ALL RCA's need to connect through it?
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