Guess I'm still confused by all the acronym soup -
You all are talking about the Behr DEQ2496 here - is that something different than the DECX or DEQX that Bo and Richluvsound have been chatting up?
2ch - Oppo981, JoLida502, JBL L200+, Von Schweikert VR-4
HT7- XDA-2, BDP93, B&K amps, Vandy 3A, 2Ce, VCC1, TF600 & JBL 4641
www.deqx.com There are few of use using this machine.
Deqx is pronounced "DECKS" I find it a real challenge being very new to this.
But , as always with the forum members , there is an answer here amongst us.
sorry no Video.
What no video there has to be a video of some type out there.
I bet they cost an arm and leg you know a lot of bread.
It has a lot off useful fucntions. It is a bit pricey,but when you consider what you get its very good value indeed. There is a new model coming out .PDC 3
It will sell in the UK for around £3500
I always sneak it in the back door. Then when she sees it I tell her what a brilliant deal I got and by saving so much money I would like to take her shopping for" SHOES"
More than a EQ..... Pre with anologue volume control, Para EQ ,2 or 3 way stereo Active crossover with 4 different settings at the touch of a button . Time alignment, Room correction, Driver caliberation and so on and so forth. Oh yeah ! a pretty good DAC too.
How do you orient placement of your measurement mic -- specifically, the Behringer ECM 8000?
Just read this review someone linked to previously:
He suggests using the mic oriented 90 degrees to the source. Yes it's omnidirectional, but in reality, nothing really has an omnidirectional polar response throughout the frequency range. So do you agree with what he does? How do you do it? And generally, how far away do you measure from?
I use it on-axis on a mini-boom.
1M, typical, and 1/4" for nearfield, because those are standard.
~2M if I'm doing AutoEQ of both channels simultaneously, to get better integration of the two sources....
Anybody know how to delete a user preset?
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