Originally Posted by bumperbass
Anybody tried the new Peavey IPR DSP's?.
The only filter available on the IPR DSP is LR24 which seems fine for my needs. I use a HPF on the woofer and a crossover between the woofer and Mid/hi.
I wasn't planning on doing much with the MaxxBass, but to my surprise it is excellent for those times when I need to restore a little low end extension to my cab, ei outdoors, when I set my cab off the ground.
I've had a standard IPR3000 with a stand alone DSP unit, which was replaced with a Inuke NU6000DSP so I could have a all in one unit. And the Inuke was replaced with the IPR3000DSP because of reliability issues with the behringer. So I say if you need DSP and a power amp the IPR DSP is a great choice.
Let me know if there's any other info you would like about the amp.