This could fall under in the stupid question category but I'm going for it any way
. I currently have my system setup so that an Antimode 8033C EQs my F12SE then I run Audyssey MultEQ XT after that. The reason I have this setup is I have a Parasound 2100 preamp with HT Bypass in my system along with an Onkyo 886. I bought the 8033C to EQ the F12SE when using the 2100 as it has no EQ capabilities. So the LFE output of the 886 goes through the 2100 then onto the F12SE. So when I listen to 2CH music with the 2100 the 8033C handles the EQing of the F12SE. When I listen to MCH music or movies I use the 886 which is using the 8033C and Audyssey together to EQ the F12SE.
I just bought a Denon 4311 that has Audyssey XT32 which will EQ the F12SE much better than XT. My question is (three in fact
) should I just use XT32 for MCH music and movies leaving the 8033C just for 2CH music? My other question is can I run two seperate LFE outputs (one from the 4311 and the other from the 2100) and use a "Y" connector at the F12SE's LFE input? Would there be any issues feeding two seperate LFE signals from the two different units (4311 and 2100)? There will be no time when both the 4311 and the 2100 will be on or used at the same time. The 2100 does not need to be powered up to ultilize the HT Bypass.
Or should I continue to use the 8033C and Audyssey together? In the past I have the 8033C do its auto calibration then I do Audyssey after that. Any thoughts on this would be appreciated