The great thing about my amplifiers is that all of the response shaping and limiting is programmed in the DSP. None of it is fixed in hardware.
You commented on limiter changes with the newest SubMersive. I really did not comprehend what the changes were. Would you care to share a little more over here and also is this something that could be modded on an older unit, and would it be worth the expense.
An update is as simple as a quick re-program of the DSP. It requires a specific interface, and the interface hickups enough that I wouldn't leave it to the end user. This can be done easily enough by unscrewing the amplifier, unplugging the polarized, locking connector, and shipping round trip here and back. That said, I would probably recommend waiting a little unless you are running into clipping noises in use more than you would like. While nothing significant has changed in the DSP, I'm always re-visiting this as I find new creative uses for the functions available in the amplifier, even if a bit outside of the originally intended use.
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