$150. Very reasonably priced. I got an email about it the other day from PE.How much? I just may have to do some honey-do schit so that I can snag one, if they are not too proud of it any way.
its plenty because look at the sub range. look at your midbass range and look at your midrange range and tweeter range... 10 is way more than plenty. The other equivalent in the price range aka the rockford DSR1 at 250$ is literally 31 bands split between all 4 pairs channels so thats less than 8 EQ bands per pair of channels. For 150$ this **** is beyond ridiculous.only 10 bands of eq per channel? according to website
Each channel is independent. Geoff is taking inputs on the software. They need to add in typing numbers.Looks awesome so far, the interface needs some work but that's to be expected.
Do all 8 channels have their own HP/LP/BP option from 20-20khz or is channel 7/8 summed in an annoying way?
Do you see a possibility for easily integrating two of these for a total of 16 channels for $300? I imagine the bluetooth syncing might be annoying
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