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Originally Posted by JT78681
I'm thinking about trying out the Anti-Mode 8033S-II. Seems like it's a solid EQ for one or multiple subs and it will automatically apply boosts at different frequencies if you desire. What do you guys think?
I built two Rythmik subs using the DS1510 woofers and PEQ600XLR3 amps and am utilizing an Antimode 8033 SII and have had great results. I am using a Yamaha CX-A5000 preamp that utilizes YPAO. A friend of mine has the Marantz 8801 and one weekend we did side by side comparisons using passive AB switches and believe it or not my system with the Antimode sounded much better even after he spent over an hour calibrating his system using Audysee. I think any stand alone sub eq will do a better job than than Audsyee, YPAO, MCAC as you have much more control of the settings/filters ect.
Yamaha CX-A5000, ATI AT 2007 Amp (7X200W), ATI AT 2004 Amp (4X200W)Klipsch La Scala II- Main, RB 61's - Front heights, RC-62 - Center, RS-62's - Surround, RS-52's - Rear Surround, 2 Rythmik DS-1510 DIY Subwoofers each connected with Antimode Dual Core 2, Oppo BDP-95, MMF-7.1, Project Phono Box RS, XBox 360, XBox One, Oppo HA-1, TEAC PD-501HR transport, Atech Fabrication 7000 fanless HTPC and TASCAM DA-3000 SS Recorder, Kramer VS-88A Matrix Switch, MiniDSP 4X10HD, Rogue Audio Pharaoh Int amp