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I have pulled the files and my posts from this original thread. Check the original discussion thread for further tips, experiences and suggestions.

I had posted this file previously, and as it is buried in a past thread, I thought I would give this its own post and upload it directly to the forum.  Simply extract the zip file and open the *.cfg file in QSC's Signal Manager v4.75

Note gains are already set at commonly useful levels, although sometimes you will want to change them in the "Options" menu under "Tools."  Leave the gains as they are to start with, and adjust the input or output gains by double clicking the input/output blocks.  All of the blocks of EQ are set to zero gain other than the 200Hz low pass.  Feel free to edit and move things as you see fit, but this gives you an easy and safe starting point.
Mark Seaton
Seaton Sound, Inc.
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Here is one more where I quickly added another split to "wire up" the second output.  All other details remain the same.
Mark Seaton
Seaton Sound, Inc.
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VinceHoffman wrote:
Hi Mark,

So I ended up buying one of these in an Ebay auction win when deals on three separate used Xilica DSP failed to pan out! As you know how I intend to use my 3 Submersives, 2 symmetrically placed at the front of the room and one in the rear, any chance you could provide a head start template for my DSP-30? If I understand the basics correctly, it would need to reflect my single input -> global parametric EQ -> split to two outputs -> each with it's own delay settings requirement. Did my assessment of the requirements miss anything dumb? Thanks!

Happy Trails!
MTB Vince


The DSP-30 works well.  About the only pain is figuring out the order in which it likes you to save and recall presets, as well as remembering to hit "edit" so you can make changes after you open things.  I've done a handful of front/rear sub setups with the DSP 30 so this wasn't far off what I've used before.  Often some of the blocks aren't needed, depending on what you encounter with your measurements.  I don't recommend applying different EQ or level below 25-30Hz, but the measurements will guide what works best.
Mark Seaton
Seaton Sound, Inc.
sales@seatonsound.net
773-290-8436
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