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    ls_fiter(4 way activ) vs 4 instance of ruberfilter

    wich would be a better choice

    ls_filter : 4 way active setup, (one instance) 3 filter type ..bessel...buterworth...Linkwitz 6 to 24 db....the downside is that their is a 3 band equalizer per chanel ...but we cannot really touch it ...and the 3 band equalizer has already 3 values (?????????????????????)

    http://www.ohl.to/about-audio/audio-softwares/ls-filter

    or rubberfilter :
    need 4 instances..

    The free Rubber Filter VST plug-in by Christian Budde is a highly versatile 6-384 dB/Oct filter. It features low pass, high pass, band pass, and band reject (notch) filtering, with individual control of left- and right channel.

    i think it is all buterworth filter

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    You can also try Electri-Q. They have free version "Electri-Q - posihfopit" which have EQ crossovers...
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    i personally use individual butterworth/chelbychelv filters for each output, but this is mostly becsue i hate relying on one plugin for all my crossovers, and really don't want to take the time to learn how to use lsfilter, or electri-Q.

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    Quote Originally Posted by soundman98 View Post
    i personally use individual butterworth/chelbychelv filters for each output, but this is mostly becsue i hate relying on one plugin for all my crossovers, and really don't want to take the time to learn how to use lsfilter, or electri-Q.
    electri-Q is very easy to use
    First you select Linear Phase mode, right click and hold on one point select filter type and double click on point to enter frequency, gain and that is all Very easy and you see on real time EQ curve...

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