Eq. for subs

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  1. Kevin Beck

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    Ok guys,..Not ready yet, but what are some of the more comonly used Eq.'s being used for subwoofers? I have a few other things to work out first, but I thought I would check into this,..
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    I think everyone would agree that the Behringer Feedback Destroyer is hands-down the most popular sub EQ used by the Members here. Beyond that it’s a toss up for the ART 1/3-octave and various other Behringer models. I’ve also seen the Symetrix Rane and AudioControl names come up from time to time.

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    Thank you Wayne,...
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    The BFD seems to be the pick here. I have one and it is very good. Lot's of filters available and the possibilities are nearly endless with this thing. Puts normal graphic and "dial" parametric eq's to shame with it's functions. It's probably not the cleanest/best sound quality eq out there but for just over $100, it's well worth it. Do a search on BFD, you'll learn a lot.

    Wayne and Bruce are the guys to listen to when it comes to room EQing, seems like there's nothing they DON'T know when it comes to EQ's and room response.
     

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