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With a MultiEQ XT32 receiver, would you want to use the Antimode 8033 with dual Empires?
 

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Do you already have both units (antimode and XT32)?
 

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Do you already have both units (antimode and XT32)?
I will very soon.
 

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Then I'd say run it and find out how it works. You'll have them anyway, so try it out. Run the 8033 than XT32. Then take out the 8033 and just run XT32. If it sounds/measures the same, sell me your 8033 at a discount. Problem solved.



Google "antimode with XT32". Lot's of info...
 

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Then I'd say run it and find out how it works. You'll have them anyway, so try it out. Run the 8033 than XT32. Then take out the 8033 and just run XT32. If it sounds/measures the same, sell me your 8033 at a discount. Problem solved.



Google "antimode with XT32". Lot's of info...
Thanks sb1
 

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Well played sb1! I want one of those 8033's as well..
I've really only ever read good things about the 8033. I currently go the manual route with a Behringer 1124, but that does nothing in the time domain...just simple frequency response fixes. I have mucho trouble with Audyssey in this room, so I'm not willing to live with the way it makes the mains sound just to get good sub eq'ing.


I've been curious about the Antimode for too long now and I know I'll eventually get one.
 

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I've really only ever read good things about the 8033. I currently go the manual route with a Behringer 1124, but that does nothing in the time domain...just simple frequency response fixes.

Not true. Every filter has an effect in the time domain but with the Behringer (unless you use something else to develop the filters) the time domain behavior is undefined.
 

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Not true. Every filter has an effect in the time domain but with the Behringer (unless you use something else to develop the filters) the time domain behavior is undefined.

Didn't know that, Kal. Then I guess a potential problem could be making things worse, couldn't it? Depending on your method of measuring?
 

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Didn't know that, Kal. Then I guess a potential problem could be making things worse, couldn't it? Depending on your method of measuring?

Possible. If you want to use the Behringer, get a copy of RoomEQ Wizard to measure and define the filters.
 
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