Hi onhwy. I started a thread recently on Digital EQ, and NO ONE responded! Apparently there are available 24 bit digital-domain pro EQs that, depending upon the type, either allow you to take a digital signal and play with it (hopefully transparently), and more complicated ones with ADC and DACs in them (although you wouldn't want to do this unnecessarily, right?). I haven't the names of these, but I've heard that masterers and other production folk use them routinely. I can easily imagine that you can use one of these to flatten a room or speaker response somewhat, or dial in a spectral tilt, as you like. Using one to "match" a pre-existing signature of an existing analogue pre or amp would be easy, but a little bit like putting the cart before the horse, no? Has anyone out there used one of these pro DSP EQs in a high-end two-channel home system? Ernie.
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