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    • we  are saying the same words   --except I am a Frenchie speaking -   you could not simply turn 180 degrees the fork  legs  on a 73 to 75 Z1 to have the calipers at the rear , you had to remove the fork legs  from the triple trees and swap the right leg to the left and vice versa , since the legs had a reflector mounted in the center ---------this feature is unique on the Z1 -
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    • I'm not sure what you're trying to achieve, but fidelity is going the suffer relative to any of the other DSP crossovers discussed above. You will hear a big difference, but the problem is: how to you decide to not use one based on that trial?  I would recommend deciding to use one or not, and go with it.  I don't know anyone that has reverted back once they figure out what they've been missing after dialing their loudspeakers into their listening rooms.    Also note that the Behringer has a notoriously unfriendly user interface, in fact one of the guys that now has switched over to DSP/multi-amping said to me that he finally made the switch back to using DSP crossovers because the Behringer was so unpleasant to use.  The miniDSP user interface is quite simple and straightforward as is the Xilica XConsole interface.    Chris
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    • Even better was if you could reverse the fork legs so the callipers were on the back.  This put them in line with the steering post, so they would move very little as the forks moved.  This would improve the handling quite a bit, because having the heavy calipers in front of the steering neck made them act sort of like pendulums, increasing any propensity to wobble that the bike may have had.  This applied to all bikes with disc brakes, and was most noticeable on bumpy sections, particularly during turns.   BY 1975 or so, the factories finally figured this out, and most bikes made in 1976 or later had the calipers mounted behind the fork legs.
    • @Heaterman As I know right now as I know right now @KwintSommer Has purchased one set. And we own the other set. Randy doesn’t have any more sets that he owns      
    • Ok, so you do not have any problem. Everything is working just as it should. You just made that clear, end thread. 
    • Hope that's not true @NADman but it was good 
    • Thanks to everyone for the responses.    I knew nothing about active setups until yesterday and a friend has offered to lend me the Behringer unit for as long as required to dip my toe, so to speak.    I was going to use the Behringer with a passive pre and a cheap 6 channel power amp to have a play around.    Are you saying that it isn’t even worth trying this setup? Will I see no improvement over the standard passive crossover???
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