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I do know that this is not a speaker processor. What’s exactly your point? Is the SiEx1 a speaker processor? It has HPF on it’s auxes.

A crossover is NOT a form of HPF. Is has at least one HPF and one LPF. But it’s used for something else.

Protecting a cab from too low frequencies is not the job of a crossover. It’s the job of a HPF by definition. It can’t be done with a GEQ as you stated.

Look at this measurement of the FCS960 (see pic attached). I’m sure that’s new to you. No protection at all at 10Hz, the GEQ even boosts that frequency when you pull down its three first filters (25, 31 and 40Hz).

And: every HPF has a slope…