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JBL 4645
11-11-2010, 08:47 AM
Is the EWA digital signal processor crossover UX8800 any good? Is there anyone here using it?

http://www.eaw.com/products/ux8800/ux8800_splash.html

Iím just curious, no Iím not changing my Behringer DCX2496 for a xxxx anything else. Its not showing up on Google product so I have no idea how much this, costs? Looking at it itís most likely over £1garndÖoh, fleabay lists it at £1,494.45, I was right.

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/EAW-UX8800-UX-8800-Digital-Signal-Processor-/170561843002?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item27b6472f3a


Iíd prefer it they made DSP crossover that handles 6 or 8 inputs with 16 outputs that would take up far less rack space.

Left 1
Centre 2
Right 3
Left surround 4
Right surround 5
Centre back surround 6
Overhead surround :D 7
LFE.1 8


Left 1LF
Centre 2HF
Right 3LF
Left extra 4HF
Right extra 5LF
Left surround 6HF
Left surround 7LF
Right surround 8HF
Right surround 9LF
Centre back surround 10HF
Centre back surround 11LF
1x LFE.1 12HF
13LF
14HF
15LF
16HF

It seems that most DSP digital crossovers ether handle two inputs with basic two-way LF/HF left/right or three-way LF/MF/HF. At the end of the day, the function is divide the frequencies up into there own separate range, some are affordable others just expensive.

martin_wu99
11-17-2010, 08:22 AM
Is the EWA digital signal processor crossover UX8800 any good? Is there anyone here using it?

http://www.eaw.com/products/ux8800/ux8800_splash.html

Iím just curious, no Iím not changing my Behringer DCX2496 for a xxxx anything else. Its not showing up on Google product so I have no idea how much this, costs? Looking at it itís most likely over £1garndÖoh, fleabay lists it at £1,494.45, I was right.

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/EAW-UX8800-UX-8800-Digital-Signal-Processor-/170561843002?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item27b6472f3a


Iíd prefer it they made DSP crossover that handles 6 or 8 inputs with 16 outputs that would take up far less rack space.

Left 1
Centre 2
Right 3
Left surround 4
Right surround 5
Centre back surround 6
Overhead surround :D 7
LFE.1 8


Left 1LF
Centre 2HF
Right 3LF
Left extra 4HF
Right extra 5LF
Left surround 6HF
Left surround 7LF
Right surround 8HF
Right surround 9LF
Centre back surround 10HF
Centre back surround 11LF
1x LFE.1 12HF
13LF
14HF
15LF
16HF

It seems that most DSP digital crossovers ether handle two inputs with basic two-way LF/HF left/right or three-way LF/MF/HF. At the end of the day, the function is divide the frequencies up into there own separate range, some are affordable others just expensive.
You confused me!It's EAW.
I'm very familiar with EAW Speakers,somebody think they are even better than JBL:eek:

This one is relatively a rare gear,but i think it's a good gear and worthing to have.:D

Mike Caldwell
11-18-2010, 03:02 PM
It's a very good piece it has preloaded excellent EAW product presets. You can also create your own. From what I've heard most people who use it are EAW speaker users. Not cheap!

Ashly audio has the Protea series that offers a 4 X 8 DSP, kinda of affordable!
http://www.ashly.com/protea48sp4x8spe.html