Couple of questions on crossovers and limiter function. I have the limiter running on my subwoofer and midbass speakers. It functions well and limits the voltage going to the amps when I hit clipping volume, but it seems to actually change the sound of the sub and mid bass speakers all the time when I have the limiter turned on, not just when I hit clipping. It’s audible when I turn it off and on. Is this because I have a cheap DSP, or is this how it is supposed fo function? Is it limiting frequencies in a cascading way based on frequencies? Not quite sure how this function fully works. On my crossovers, it seems to sound better when I overlap them a bit. My subs is low passed at 65 Hz and my midbass is band passed from 55 hz to 4000 hz, overlapping a bit with the sub. I did the same with my tweeters. They are high passed at 3750 hz, overlapping the tweeters a little bit. How are you guys setting up your crossovers? Are you using Linkwitz Riley or Butterworth? What’s the difference between the 2?