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SOLD: SVS AS-EQ1: Audyssey subwoofer equalizer *SOLD*


Forgot to include price in my original listing ($350).
This listing is for an SVS AS-EQ1 with Audyssey MultiEQ XT processing. This unit automatically calibrates and equalizes frequencies for a single or pair of home audio sub-woofers, delivering smooth, tight bass that integrates perfectly with your main stereo or home theater speakers.

Since many people are abandoning home PCs for portable devices, I'm including a Dell Inspiron Laptop computer with the SVS software already installed. This EQ is plug and play. It's very simple to use and takes about 20 minutes to run through the entire calibration process.

The unit is in perfect working and aesthetic condition and comes with all original accessories:
Audyssey microphone
USB cable
Owners manual
PC install software
Power cord

SVS has ended production of this fantastic unit, so they are hard to come by in the used market.

Reviews for this unit can be found here:

Price is $350. Will ship at buyer's expense. Buyer and seller to split Paypal fees.
Since I don't do a lot of trading here on AVS, you can check my feedback at USAudiomart and Audiogon ( yakbob )


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If I wanted to run this from a different laptop, does it require extra fees and registration with Audyssey?

Also, any idea how this compares to an Antimode?

You can run the software on any PC with Windows XP or Vista. A CD-ROM is included and there are no limits on the number of machines it can be installed on.

The software does not "call back" to SVS and is also still available as a (free) download from SVS. There are no additional registration fees.

I'm including the laptop since most people have moved on from Windows XP and Vista OS. It's also plug and play for the buyer.

I do not know how it compares to Antimode since I haven't used their products. But it does a great job of leveling out humps and dips in the frequency range for which it was designed. I was getting a lot of one-note bass in my room. The AS-EQ1 was a big improvement. I'm now down to a 2-channel system hence the sale.

Let me know if you have any other questions.
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