Has anyone auditioned or purchased the Copland


Room Correction (DRC 205) as yet? Your experiences with the sound quality (installed between the pre & amp)& "flexibilty" (easy to re-calibrate for changes in equipment & speakers, WAF--better than "crap all over the walls"...)? Is it worthwhile based on the total cost (incl. cost of additional isolation, interconnect & power cord)? Digitally based product in an analog only system (in my case anyway).... As far as I can tell, it should be simple to use & not expensive compared to similar products. Or is there a better/cheaper product out there for 2 channel?

Regards & THANKS, Nick.
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I don't know Copeland, but the Behringer DEQ is less than 300 bucks new, and cheaper here used (plus a $60 mic).