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Using crossover for multiband effects, impedance question
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Using crossover for multiband effects, impedance question

Hi slutz,

I did a few searches, didnt find exactly what I'm looking for. Feel free to link me if you know where this has already been answered.

I have done ez multiband effects processing in the box, but have been working towards achieving similar results live outside the box. I've been looking at some cheap, but more effective options to what I've been currently doing which is simply splitting the signal from a synth into 2, sending one signal to normal chain, other signal to an eq pedal, and onto more bass effects, then both signals into mixer.

I've been lookin at some of the cheap dbx crossovers, i think the 223xs is one i recently checked the specs for. Output impedance is rated 60 ohms balanced, 30 ohms unbalanced. Is this going to be a signal i can safely send to my pedals and back into my mixer? Will i need to consider reamping back to instrument level first? Am i overthinking? Thanks in advance.
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