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I already have a Behringer, but I want to try an analog EQ. Please recommend your favorite analog EQ for subwoofer equalization. Something like Rane THX44 is not appropriate because I need to EQ only the sub, not the whole system. Rane pe-17 is top on my list. Also send me a PM if you are thinking of selling one.

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For sub only.. that a toughy as most pro EQ are 30/31 bands.


Alesis is also another company.

Behreginer has an Analog EQ. I think the old procurve's.
 

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The Audio Control Richter Scale Series III is a fantastic bass equalizer, at a very reasonable price.
 

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Paul,

Looks like the audio control series III offers only 1/2 octave resolution.

This means that if I wanted to tame a narrow peak at 60Hz, I wouldn't be able to do it because the bandwidth would be 20Hz.


The formula I used is (from one of my old threads on the revel B15)


Bandwidth = 0.67 X octave * frequency


= .67 x 0.5 x frequency ( for one half octave or 1/2 octave)


= 0.335 x frequency



Hence for 60Hz, it is 20.1Hz bandwidth.


Please correct me if I am wrong.

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I ordered the berhinger to equalize my sub. I downloaded spectraplus and have the rs slp mic. Do I need anything else? sa another type mic for the spectraplus on my laptop?

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Rane pe17 or the the Ashly pqx571/2 both are good parametric eq's. Depending on how much eq'ing you want to do to the sub a digital processor might be better as you can get the settings to be a lot more precise.
 
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