bhi EQ20B-DSP Noise Filter

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I'm curious if anyone has tried the new bhi Ltd ParaPro EQ20B-DSP Parametric EQ/DSP Filter with their Flex 6000 series transceiver?  And if so, was it able to increase readability and/or reduce atmospheric noise? 

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Thanks for the link.  Unless I'm missing something it looks like the bhi Dual In-Line Filter model works with powered speakers.  It would be great to hear more feedback from those that have tried the Dual In-Line Filter with their Flex.
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No, as it does not have line level audio output.  Both outputs are 8 ohm outputs.  I had to adapt them to drive powered speakers.  They were designed to drive standard un-amplified speakers. Otherwise the bhi DSP is very good at reducing noise.  Especially on SSB signals. The parametric EQ provides a wonderful improvement in ineligibility.
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Pat, I assume you're referring to the bhi EQ20B-DSP unit?  (I recently noticed the bhi Dual In-Line DSP Filter does have a stereo line level output.) 
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The original question I thought related to the EQ20B which does not have line level output.  Looked at the dual in line and you are correct, the spec states  line level.  Something that I wish they had done in the EQ20...