Sub EQ question - ULTRA-Q PRO Model EQ - Anyone tried it....

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  1. Blaine_M

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    I have read a lot of people talking about the BFD, but has anyone tried this unit - ULTRA-Q PRO Model EQ made by the same company?
     
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    I think the model is something like PEQ2200
     
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    Well, no one has any input so I decided to spend $50 and get one off of ebay. If anyone wants to know what I think drop me a message in a week or so...............
     
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    Have not seen it on the current price list for US/Canada, only Europe where it lists for 78GBP (about 140USD).

    5 band Parametric EQ for 50 bucks, not too bad, but limited to the 5 filters rather than 12 per channel available with the BFD.

    Depends how many filters you need. Let us know how it works for you.
     
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    I've got one major peak that I want to eliminate, so I'll be able to take care of that one for sure. I'll plot it out with a test disc and see exactly what I have when I get ready to set up the EQ. Basically I'll be able to set the first band anywhere in the range of my sub, the second band will cover me from 60hz to the 80hz that I have my sub crossover set to. So that's only 2 bands, but I figure that is better than what most of the subs are that have a parametric eq built in on them, don't they usually just have one band?
     
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    This is why it’s a good idea to analyze your room and determine your needs before you buy an equalizer. Two bands isn’t much to work with, but if you don’t need any more than that, you’ve certainly made a killing for only $50.

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    Yeah, but worst case scenario is I re-sell it on ebay for close to what I paid for it!
     

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