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Looking for an analog eq that has adjustments below 20 hz.?  Have a great day! woof


The old Rane PE17 is a 5 band PEQ that allows you to center things down to 10hz iirc.



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Originally Posted by markbark  /t/1525191/is-there-an-analog-equalizer-with-a-slider-lower-then-20-hz#post_24552290


Looking for an analog eq that has adjustments below 20 hz.?  
They're quite rare, as the standard center frequencies for a 31 band EQ start at 20Hz. If you need to go lower a multiband parametric is probably what you need.
 

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Thanks All.  There are several used Rane's  available.  Is there anything I should know before my order?  1/4 plugs are no problem.   Might go with a powered subwoofer especially the Power Sound   or an SVS but haven't ruled out going passive. I have over 500 watts on tap if I go for a passive or a DIY, using a 4.5 cubic inch hardwood SEALED box using a Dayton 15" Titanic 4.  Yes there appear to be a couple of Daytons that actually spec better but I need four ohms.  Thanks and have a great day!
 

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I'd strongly suggest omni mic or REW (if you don't have already) to measure results of your tuning. I have omni mic and look at the display on my laptop as I adjust the bands. I couldn't imagine relying on my ears with so much adjustability, a lot can go wrong.
 

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A MiniDSP would be far more use with a number of PEQ bands, high and low pass filters and delay if needed.
 
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