WereWolf, per your pm. Here are my mic2200 settings. Both sides are identical. Cheapo camera phone can only take a clear pic of one side at a time.
In way of explanation - from left to right and top to bottom
+48v button off
Mic button off
Mic gain knob is off (full counter clockwise)
Phase switch is off
Frequency_low cut knob is at 20hz
lo cut button is on (to engage low cut aka high pass filter)
Frequency knob is about 700hz
x10 button is off (if it was on it would parametric eq the 7000 hz frequency)
x.1 butto is on (so that 70hz is the frequency I am manipulating with the parametic EQ)
Octave bandwith knob is about .5 (this is how wide of a dip/reduction I'm making in the 70hz range)
Eq Level knbo is at -10db (means I'm cutting 10dB at around 70hz)
Eq button is engaged with In/Out
dB Output is just zeroed out.
1)engage a low cut at 20hz
2)drop frequencies reproduction right at about 70hz by about 10db.
Luke found the analogue knobs to not be perfectly precise, but close enough to be reasonable when he measured with his omnimic. Thankfully everything seems to function on my unit, despite the fact I gambled on a used unit from ebay.
These were the results of the mic2200 settings as shown with the omnimic software -http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showt...3#post20870193
The Mic2200 only has one parametric eq, the Inuke 3000 DSP has eight. With eight I should be able to make that FR graph darn near flat (even just two would help cause I could put a little bump at 50hz). If I end up not liking it any better than just no eq at all, then I can just ebay the mic2200 and the Inuke 3000 DSP, and just run straight from the Onkyo to the EP4000 amp because I know I love that sound. :P