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    I am really liking what your found here. Nice find! I was looking for a crossover software ap like this 3 years ago. Now to find something with time delay. hmmmm...

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    Quote Originally Posted by durwood View Post
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    if only threre was a program that had all this, really would save my day, 'cause now i'm looking into buying an UCS pro,but it costs like 900 bucks.... can't afford that at the moment.


    but by using that frequency allocater I would already have an x-over? cuz i can't use the x-over on my amp
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    the frequency allocator would be your cross over. Chances are, it would be more accurate than the one on the amp anyways.

    Very few amplifiers out there are accurate in that regard. One thing that's nice about the Stegs (but I'm not using this) is that you actually plug in the crossover to the amp. It's almost like a MAXI fuse, set at a predetermined point. you purchase them and plug them in.
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    yeah, i know.... but as you know maybe, i didn't go with the stegs at final desision. i bought 2 McIntosh amps instead for like 1/4 of the retail, and brand new!!!

    thing is, the built-in x-overs only go from 80to 150Hz so couldn't use 'em anyway, even if they were accurate...


    i hope i can find the frequency allocator in Belgium though....

    or is it just to download from their website (i saw there was something to downoad)
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    Although its not a solution for everyone, if you do use the kx project driver, someone made a time delay plugin in case you didn't run across it yet. You can download it here.

    http://www.driverheaven.net/showthread.php?t=76213

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    Quote Originally Posted by durwood View Post
    I played around with the kxdrivers for my audigy card, but from what I remember, the crossover function did not allow for slope adjustment. I would prefer to be able to play with crossover slope before I even think about using a software EQ.
    have you looked into unifrom (ufx) plug ins?

    i think you can adjust slope with them...not 100% sure though
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    have you looked into unifrom (ufx) plug ins?
    I saw those this morning as well. I played around with the drivers over a year ago. I am going to take a look again to see.

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    is there a chance someone could host that time delay plugin somewhere else, i'm at work and the site is blocked, supposedly under the "personal" category.
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    bah just was re-reading this thread
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