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    In memory?

    Gotta be a way, but I've never discovered it. There's tech services at the US location as last resort. They told me once how to clear the whole deal to factory presets.

    Did I write it down?

    Nope....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skywave-Rider View Post
    Anybody know how to delete a user preset?
    Do you need to delete it? Could it just be overwritten with the "new"...?

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    Hi Bo,
    Yes, you can overwrite and rename. Which I've been doing. But it leaves a clutter of old presets. And I'm easily confused.

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    how about...

    load preset #0, store it where you want cleared (to default values).

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    Good deal Grumpy. Just tried it. After saving the initialized patch (#"0") to your target erasure, push in and hold the lower right rotary knob to clear your text in one shot.

    It's convoluted, but works.
    Thanks again.

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    There is a pupose to #0 after all.

    [Grumpy smarty.... ]

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    No..., grumpy R'd TFM.

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    Hello,

    A few years ago, my first "hi-fi" system consisted of both the DEQ and DCX. It was a good way to get the most out of my cheap drivers... (less than $200 for a pair of dome tweeters, cone mids, dual 12")

    I'm not sure anyone here knows, but on the "utility" page, you can seperate the left and right channels (change stereo-link to dual-mono), meaning you can adjust the L and R channels individually on graphic eq. This feature helps a lot if your room is not symetrical. What I did was auto EQ one channel at a time by muting the other on DCX. When the screen is showing the graphic curve, the "A" button switches between L and R. Left channel is solid dots, right channel is hollow dots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KCCT82 View Post

    I'm not sure anyone here knows, but on the "utility" page, you can seperate the left and right channels (change stereo-link to dual-mono), meaning you can adjust the L and R channels individually on graphic eq. This feature helps a lot if your room is not symetrical. What I did was auto EQ one channel at a time by muting the other on DCX. When the screen is showing the graphic curve, the "A" button switches between L and R. Left channel is solid dots, right channel is hollow dots.

    regards

    Thanks, Keith, good tip.

    That's what I am doing in my home setup. I find the results are much better, and it avoids a high end boost from AutoEq when VHF cancellations at the microphone occur from doing both sides at once.

    I believe the cancellations are from phase differences at the single point of the microphone coming from both monitors , whereas you don't get that at your ears, given the distance between both ears.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zilch View Post
    O.K., who'd got 'em?

    Toddalin, Skywave-Rider, Hamilton, Jackgiff, Infredible, Zilch. Who else?

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    There’s been an update to the Digital Village site with a brief promotional video look for (play video) yes I like it and I want two start off with and yet I’m still strapped for cash!

    http://www.dv247.com/invt/froogle/4629/#

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    One day sale... (B-stock)

    Normal price/description:

    http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product?sku=182484V

    One day price $169.99:

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    grumpy, you ROCK!
    Saved enough to get the ECM-8000 and free shipping too!
    Thanks man

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    Quote Originally Posted by grumpy View Post

    Funny enough I got my free subscription magazine of (StudioSpears) this morning or rather yesterday morning.

    While looking though I noticed the DEQ2496 going for £168.40p WOW now all I need to do is knock off a few post offices for a few grand. Just kidding.

    DEQ2496 at StudioSpears now £168.40p plus VAT
    http://www.studiospares.com/Equalise...96/invt/370230




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    The DEQ2496 @ MusiciansFriend is B-stock but still...It will look worse after I get it installed in the cabinet ha ha.

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