Over the past few years, I have taken advantage of the great prices on eBay and I've put together a PA system for personal use. My goal was to keep the system small, light and powerful. I have acquired a Crest ProRack mixer, 2 Turbosound TQ445DP tops (3-way, powered 1600 wts) and 2 RCF ART 905-AS subs (powered 1000 wts), BSS FCS 966 31-band EQ, Drawmer DL241 compressor for the mains and an assortment of reverbs, compressors and delays. I purchased a Driverack PX, but I was recently told I should get a BSS Omnidrive 366T because it is more suited to my system than the PX. The Turbosound tops have built in DSP that is set at the factory and and the RCF subs have a processor with volume, limiter, phase, and switchable crossover at 80 Hz or 120 Hz. Will I need any of the other features that the digital DSP units offer? Should I upgrade to the BSS or another brand? Or, would the system sound better if I used an analog crossover like a BSS FDS 310? Do I really need digital DSP or should I just run it as is? Thanks in advance for your advice.
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