Report Which speaker controller is the right one for me? in Bass Gear Posted Monday at 04:59 PM 1 hour ago, kipman725 said: Symetrix or QSC or BIAMP DSPs do arbitrary signal processing with a flow graph approach. You can download the software and design site files offline to see if it will work for you. The Symetrix limiters accept side chain input which could simplify your signal flow. Powersoft amps can limit on real power input to the driver. I'm not quite sure why no one has developed an amp that senses real time voice coil temp from the copper/alu thermal coefficient yet but that should be possible (and guarantee driver survival from thermal failure). A low frequency small amplitude excitation could be used to sense DCR. Thanks for the suggestions, but they all seem to target an installation market with the phoenix connectors, I'd prefer XLR since the intended use is live sound. It looks like every hunt for something like this leads me back to Powersoft. I've looked into lake processors, but they're big buck. So much so, that I'd rather just replace all my amps with Powersoft for ease of use and better reliability (over clone amps). My clone amp is a dsp amp (10kQ amp section) but nothing but a peak limiter. I'm scared of letting DJs loose on the system.. without absolutely choking it in the first place just for safety concerns.. Maybe I'm just gonna do a few gigs like this until a bit more money came in and then go to Powersoft.. in late 2025 it seems, since Germany just been canceling everything everywhere for the past two years.