HPF on mix outs (and some other requests)

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  • #66093
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    litti
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    The title says it all: a HP filter on all mix outs to prevent excessive LF content in wedges
    This and a couple of other minor new features (dbx comp emulation, multiband comp, bucket brigade fx, space echo emulation) and I’d be happy to sell my GLD and QU-16 and buy a SQ6 and a SQ5

    #66094
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    GCumbee
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    We have fought for HPF on QU for years. So don’t hold your breath.

    #66106
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    Steffen R
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    I never understand that
    very useful feature

    #66118
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    GaryW
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    I think I saw somewhere to expect an update for Qu series this side of Christmas, here’s hoping.

    #66501
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    Ludwig
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    Also works on an installation where you have some of your output feeding ceiling speakers. This way you won’t need an extra dsp.

    For Qu would be a great addition. (Qu Pac and Qu Sb)

    #66506
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    Peter
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    I couldn’t agree more. My theatre is considering buying an SQ but the lack of HPFs on the outs is a real fly in the ointment. It would be such a useful feature and seems like an odd omission. An option to have LPFs on the channel EQ would be great too.

    #68640
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    lightingman117
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    I agree it is silly A&H doesn’t include this as it is so simple to implement.

    But, http://forums.prosoundweb.com/index.php/topic,165684.msg1527412.html#msg1527412

    You can create your own via PEQ.

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