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Crossover 9 months 3 weeks ago #54775

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I have mini dsp 10 x 10hd.
I have a nasty peak at 2k how do i set the crossover to bring that peak down?

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Crossover 9 months 2 weeks ago #54811

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I have mini dsp 10 x 10hd.
I have a nasty peak at 2k how do i set the crossover to bring that peak down?


I presume you mean "I have a nasty peak at 2k how do i set the 10x10hd to bring that peak down?"?

If so, then you use the 'PEQ' facility on whichever of your output channels (R&L) include 2kHz in their range. So:
* choose 'Filter type' = 'Peak'
* on EQ band #1, set freq = 2000Hz
* set gain to "-whatever you think will smooth the nasty peak" (keep increasing this until it does smooth the peak)
* and set Q to, say, 3 (increase or decrease this according to how nearby frequencies are affected).

Andy
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Crossover 9 months 2 weeks ago #54816

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