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I have just ordered a Seaton Submersive sub to replace my ~ 4 yr old SVS PB10 and am thinking about the best/most convenient way to eq it. I have Audyssey MultEQ XT (in my Onkyo 805 AVR), and some say that's all you need. I have liked the Audyssey results I've gotten for my PB10 pretty well, but it doesn't take out some major resonance peaks in the ~60 Hz region, and I do feel that this is obscuring some of the detail in the low freq region.

I've read a number of posts about the SMS-1, and it sounds like it might be the right item for me: I like the idea of being able to set the filters manually (and easily--I've had a BFD for several yrs!), and then ESP being able to see the result on the screen. I guess I'm a 'middle level tweaker'. I don't like the fact that Audyssey XT is a 'take it or leave it' system, and I would be willing to pay a few hundred $ to have something more convenient than the BFD route.

Most of the posts I've read about the SMS-1, though, are a yr or two old, so I wondering if it is still considered a state-of-the-art solution for eq. I'm also aware of the SVS/Audyssey product that has just come out and read some of the discussion of SMS in relation to it. Does Velodyne have a new version of the SMS ready to bring out? Anything else?
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