You all might want to checkout the latest Nelson Pass DIYAudio kit. It is an Analog Crossover ($198) version of the DSPmini for the LXMini speaker. You need two for stereo balanced. It only does a two way high low split but offers balanced in/out. Nelson said he will likely offer a three-way board in the future. You can tweak the Analog Crossover kit to match your desired two-way split but the stock Crossover curves are designed for the LXMini speaker. The goal of this device is to flatten the total response curve of the LXmini speaker based on it's unique frequency response vice boosting bass or other EQ. I think while similar a Crossover and an EQ device are not exactly the same thing. I think you could use it for very limited EQ purposes. Since it is only two way that doesn't offer much in the way of EQ. The Loki has four EQ bands and I think three bands is the minimum for an effective EQ. The more EQ bands in a discrete analog device rapidly increases complications and cost. @the finisher for some reason I can't see your pics can you post links?