I'm building a 2-way setup in my living room with 12" woofers and B&C DE250 in SEOS horns. I'd like to avoid passive crossovers. Just wondering if someone can make sure I'm on the right track? I understand why people go DSP, flexibility and ease of setup. In the quest for ultimate resolution though the idea of AD-DA conversion downstream of (or instead of) a nice DAC is horrifying, unless it was a $5k DEQX, in which case I still think I'd prefer an Yggdrasil... So I'm stuck with analog active or passive (PLLXO). I figure I'll start by getting a decent analog active like an Ashly XR-1001 to dial in my points, but to avoid op-amp hell I'll end up full passive. I've read the PLLXO guide and played around with the calculator but the basic set up seems fairly limited (12db slope, dependent on input impedance). What I'd really like to do is replicate a Marchand XM46 using inductors to manage the impedances with a 24db slope, except without paying $400 for fixed points without understanding enough to know how to adjust the values. But I'm not smart enough to figure out how to do it and I can't seem to find how anywhere. Any ideas? Thanks in advance.