file 4 way stereo crossovers

10 years 11 months ago #4421 by deadbeat
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I've got a few questions for the general reader about some crossovers I haven't used for extended periods of time and so don't know much about.

Does anyone have any experience or info on:

TOA Saori
Yamaha D2040

Edit:

The EMO/Court GE series has always been one of my favourite ranges of graphic EQs - does anyone know about the new PBQs?




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10 years 11 months ago #4437 by tony.a.s.s.
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I've got a Saori, but I'm not sure whether I've got any info on them. What do you need to know?
I've also got court graphic, made by EMO. That and the KT DN27 were the only ones to have a few years ago.

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10 years 11 months ago #4438 by deadbeat
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Tony.A.S.S. wrote: I've got a Saori, but I'm not sure whether I've got any info on them. What do you need to know?

I've also got court graphic, made by EMO. That and the KT DN27 were the only ones to have a few years ago.


I'm not exactly sure - how does it compare to modern offerings in terms of 4 way stereo LMS? I had one in my house a while back. It sort of sat there, I plugged it in, but didn't have enough time/didn't bother to figure out all the functions - but the place it went to said it was a brilliant piece of kit. How is it in terms of functionality compared to modern offerings like the FDS-388, DR4800, etc?

EDIT: Fully agree about the GEQs. Double DN27 is superior to single DN360.
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10 years 11 months ago #4439 by tony.a.s.s.
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The X/O points are variable as are the slopes, the delays are not as long as Omnidrives. It has a full 1\3 octave graphic. Sound is as good as anything sold today. I've had mine for years. SSE use to use them. The gain structure may be an issue, but not that much, other wise they would not have been used in the professional circuit.

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10 years 11 months ago #4441 by deadbeat
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Tony.A.S.S. wrote: The X/O points are variable as are the slopes, the delays are not as long as Omnidrives. It has a full 1\3 octave graphic. Sound is as good as anything sold today. I've had mine for years. SSE use to use them. The gain structure may be an issue, but not that much, other wise they would not have been used in the professional circuit.


Thanks. I've seen one for a decent price and was wondering whether it was worth it.

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