BFD dsp1100p vs dsp1124p

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  1. Harry Lincoln

    Harry Lincoln Stunt Coordinator

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    I am after a BFD to equalise my sonosubs, I can get the dsp1100p for a pretty good price locally, does anyone know what the differences are between it and the new model?

    Thanks.

    Harry
     
  2. Kevin C Brown

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    1100p: 20 bit.
    1124p: 24 bit.
    Both use (weirdly), 46 kHz sampling rate.
    You can get the 1124p for $130 at www.lentines.com.
    I have the 1100p, but I wouldn't buy this unless you can get it for less than $100.
    For sub (low freq) eq'ing, probably not much difference in practical performance though! [​IMG]
     
  3. Harry Lincoln

    Harry Lincoln Stunt Coordinator

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    Thanks Kevin, I can get the 1100p for $330 aus but I dont know if anyone is selling the 1124p over here yet.
     
  4. Kevin C Brown

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    Harry- Ooops, missed where you're from. [​IMG]
    Behringer is a German company, so I don't know if that would help you or not.
    Any musician's supply store *could* carry them. (Guitars, amps, keyboards, drums, etc.)
     
  5. Jah-Wren Ryel

    Jah-Wren Ryel Stunt Coordinator

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    FWIW, the copyright date on the manual for the 1124P is early 2001 (like Feb or March) - so you would think that the devices has spread worldwide by now.
     

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