Rank newbie time...
I'd like to fiddle around with the tonal sound of my system, but I'm stumped as where to start. Fifteen years ago (when last I was serious about all this), the answer, as I recall, was to pick up a graphic equalizer and "have at you!". Now that everything's gone digital I can barely FIND equalizers, let alone anything that will work with digital equipment.
Google searches revealed a Behringer unit that doesn't seem to be produced now. Everything else looks to be for pro audio, which I'm not sure will even work.
My receiver is still VERY basic, a Technics SA DX950 (3 years old, Dolby AC3). I'm planning on an upgrade to that this summer, something in the $1500 range (pioneer elite stuff is in the lead, but who knows...) but was wondering if I could do something in the interim.
My primary aim right now is to warm up my Boston Acoustic VR3s when I run them in 2-channel stereo with CDs. I love the imaging and response, but want more control over how they sound.
Apologies for not lurking more and talking less... I've found some stuff that's looking about right (again, seems to be Behringer stuff), but don't want to buy something that simply won't work.
Thanks in advance for any help you can provide!