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Importing/exporting filter taps 3 months 2 weeks ago #59181

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I want to be able to import and/or export filter taps for the Flex.
Is this possible?

My case is that I want to do an active XO for a 2 way speaker, and then be able to just shove the taps into a second or third speaker as required.
This will not be for room correction. I am just interested in getting the frequency response optimised using outdoor measurements. 

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Importing/exporting filter taps 3 months 1 week ago #59408

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Use rephase to make your crossover 

Its simple , use IEEExxx.bin as file and 96000 as sample rate , I suggest a Hahn or rectangular windows…. That’s just me tho 

I am using the same thing with my flex and crossed at 1.6k with horns and 10” midbass , it’s amazing , absolutely breath taking highs and lows 

the flex is an amazing dsp I was able to use the flex as my input and my output in REW , in the RTA generated some 16 K sample periodic noise 
and the signal was flat as a pancake…. Absolutely amazing electrical behavior…. 

it will do whatever you want 

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