I manage a 1,000 seat auditorium and yesterday the signal processor on the sound system committed suicide . I don't really want to replace it with the same model and am considering Behringer Shark DSP 110s . I have subwoofers above the procenium , overhead foldback monitors behind the main curtains , and three rows of speakers in the house . The Shark DSP's seem like they'll solve my problem with time alignment , but i'm not sure how to hook them up . Right now I'm mainly concerned with time delay on the three rows of speakers in the house , would I run my output from the mixer into a Shark unit , and the output off the first Shark unit into the first amp then daisy chain the amps placing a Shark between each one ? Also , I read the shark's user manual and it appears the Shark was primarily designed to be placed between a mic and the mixer . Would the other features of the Shark still work , such as the feedback suppressor , placed between the mixer and an amp ? Thanks for any help y'all might be able to give me .