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Does anyone have any recommendations on EQs?  I've been trying to find the Goldline Programmable EQ on their website but have had no luck.  Certainly looking for a simple mutiband parametric EQ for subs that I could use reliably to augment systems with limited abilities such as those with A/V Receivers.

Important features would of course be narrow bandwidths and multiple filter between 0Hz and 100Hz.  Constantly variable with stacking ability would be great too.  Any suggestions of tried and true gear and or methods would be great.

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None?

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I recently used this one to notch out some 67 Hz build-up in a control room. Right out of the box, it was incredibly easy to use. (Almost too easy.) I set the notch as a preset just in case the studio owner ever messed things up.


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Cool Thanks.  I'm also considering the Velodyne SMS-1.  Anyone have any thoughts or experience with the SMS-1?

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Assuming you recognize the limitations and 'pre-requisites' of EQing the direct signal and the limitations of correcting modal anomalies with EQ and are not trying to correct for non-minimum phase anomalies, I have found such units as the Rane PE-17 or RPM2 (a DSP unit that offers much more than simply precision PEQ) to be very useful.

These units are available for reasonable prices used (~$200) and cost a fraction of the price of other units such as the Velodyne SMS. Additionally they also offer balanced throughput for systems that can take advantage of said configuration.

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