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DaveinSM
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dspeaker anti-mode 2.0

Hi all,

I have been toying with the idea of getting the Dspeaker anti-mode 2.0 room correction DSP.  All the reviews (including Stereophile's) have been quite positive,and it doesn't seem that it could hurt.

But right now I have my system set up in a room and placed so that it sounds very good to me.  Anyone care to share their thoughts on this product?  There are a number of ways that the antimode 2.0 can be connected to a system.  It seems that each setup has its pros/cons i terms of theoretical fidelity/transparency vs. convenience/switchability.

Any of your personal opinions would be appreciated.

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... or the new DEQX processors.

... or the new DEQX processors, which claim to not only adjust for room acoustics, but also correct speaker response in the time (and phase) domains??

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my DSPeaker sub unit works well

I have an older DSPeaker module for subwoofers and it works well to overcome some serious room nodes.  It did wonders to help flatten out the frequency response from 20/25 through 200.  I was, and remain, impressed.

I'd be mildly curious about the new DSPeaker 2.0 version, but I'd really love to fiddle around with that DEQX unit.

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