So that adds to my question about processing. Normal audio is 2.1, but wouldn't a processor allow for a real surround sound like my home stereo? Like mids and high come from front, mids and lows from rear. Maybe one guitar coming from right and another from the left? Im completely new to processing so I definitely want to include it.Music is recorded in 2.1 not 4.1 or 5.1. rear speakers and center channel dont really add any SQ, it actually screws everything up unless you have a unit that can upmix the signal like a jbl MS8 but those are rare. You will be louder but thats it, you lose sound stage. DSP tuned right turns your system from just noise and music to being able to see a live performance in your car, from every instrument to the singer walking back and forth, you see everything via sound. Your system is not just good, it can even get loud, and you can listen to it extremely loud and it wont fatigue your ears at all, its smooth as butter. Id say the sound processing and tuning is more important than every other piece in your setup hands down. Nothing else comes close assuming we are dealing with at least below average gear(D+) and up and not bottom of the barrel garbage.
What would you recommend for a decent processor? I've looked at the audio control stuff, just not sure which would work best.