actually. I know I’ve made a couple dsp posts so far. But I think this would be the best bang for the buck:thanks for the info! So moving forward with this system since I’ll be bypassing the amp/dsp and going from and AfterMarket headunit to an amp. Should I get a dsp just to save some crossover/power handling hassle and let a audio shop tune it?
i really enjoy daytons stuff as I’ve had the chance to own a pair of their home speakers before