have you tried the software? it's pretty cool/simple
my god... this is the biggest manual I have ever seen
no not yet... All I had last night was my mac
edit: the software is good, makes things a lot easier. You can change parameters on the unit as well which makes it nice, two options to tune. I havn't been able to try everything but I do like the EQ, seems able make tuning a lil easier and very precise
6 analog outputs.....damnit!
need 8...at a minimum...
Keep us updated on this guys. Looks very promising for those who need fewer analog outputs.
you can link more then one unit together :-)
12 analog outputs is easy to attain :-)
at that point though, price is no longer really an issue as it's more in the range of the DBX and size is a big concern...
from what i've read there isn't a lot to the insides so you can condense it pretty efficiently and it also doesn't need the front panel to be hooked up to function properly. but i dont know a lot about the dbx so i dont have much to comment about how they compare
If there are any pictures of the inside of this thing I'd be very interested.
The front panel is not necessary at all for operation?
I'll take pics when I go home, the inside is virutally empty, there is just the power supply, which we swap out, the front pannel, which is most of the space, the rear pannel, and a small board for processing inside. You only need 3 of these 4, 2 of the 3 connects useing a ribbon cable, and the only other connection uses wires for power. Totally downsizeable.
On the downside, my amp is messed up JL 300/4 amp
edit: You could also relocate the front panel to a more convienient spot... but it would be tricky splitting the panel up