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You might want to hold off on decisions re: EQ until you've heard the speakers in your listening space. Few speakers that I've heard sound as radically different in different rooms as do the 101s. It's not merely room interactions, but the speaker seems (to my ear, anyway) to be designer for a large listening space. It's hard to predict exactly how they change with more breathing room. I say, give 'em a shot before EQ.
Your talking about adding electronic EQ to one of the most resolving, and picky speakers on the market ? Why? The 101 gives you adjustability in treble, mids and bass through the internal crossover at a much higher level than most external can provide ! If you are going to biamp them don't go crazy with different amps they sound best with the same amps running highs and lows. And they sound best with MBL amps, sweet on top with power and grunt for the critical mid bass !