In one of the previous threads I stated my B&W DM 602 speakers sounded too loud at a higher than usual volume, and I was not sure whether it was speakers or Nakamichi AV-10 receiver. Well, I went to the audio store and listened to Magnepan MG12 - did not like them. Great speakers, just prefer box type. Maggies provided great sound stage but not as great instruments separation. Any way, went to listen to top of the DM line B&W towers - same impression as my 602s - turn the volume up and midrange is overwhelming - very straight forward sound. Otherwise I love my speakers, so sales rep and I started thinking and came to the EQ idea. This way I should be able to lower the mids in stereo listening (I don't care much about HT). Here is the question: Which EQ in your opinion is best to suit the purpose? Please keep in mind I don't want to get too busy like some of us correcting room deficincies - just simple frequency adjustment. I would do it with receiver but it has only treble and bass control, no midrange. Other concern is whether EQ will result in extra noise or other issues.