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Do i need a DSP ?

 
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Old 04-15-2019, 04:50 PM
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Wondering if i would benefit by using a Fosgate DSR1. I have a Sony XAV-100 head unit, 6.5's in the fairing, 8's in the bags, and 6x9's in the lids (i may change these out for compression drivers depending on the sound). I also have a Focal FDP sport pushing the fairing and lid speakers and will push the 8's off a SD800.4

The cost of the DSR1 will not hurt my finical situation but just wondering if i will benefit much from it since i already have a aftermarket head unit.
 
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Wondering if i would benefit by using a Fosgate DSR1. I have a Sony XAV-100 head unit, 6.5's in the fairing, 8's in the bags, and 6x9's in the lids (i may change these out for compression drivers depending on the sound). I also have a Focal FDP sport pushing the fairing and lid speakers and will push the 8's off a SD800.4

The cost of the DSR1 will not hurt my finical situation but just wondering if i will benefit much from it since i already have a aftermarket head unit.
Yes.. Yes..Yes.. Yes... and since you are going PA on everything.. if you go with DSR...my suggestion would be to do away with the 6x9s that way you can tune your system to the fullest potential..just my 2cents
 
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I put a DSP on just about every singe bike I work on.
 
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Ok thanks for the replies, i went ahead and ordered the DSR1 so i can get started on the install over the weekend.
 
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Originally Posted by bdrummer0413
my suggestion would be to do away with the 6x9s that way you can tune your system to the fullest potential..just my 2cents
For parking lot or riding?

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