TACT 2.2X As Preamp? Or Run Thru BAT?

I am considering acquiring a TACT 2.2x to tame some heavy duty anomalies in my new room. Ideally, I would sell my BAT preamp to offset the cost of the TACT and use the latter for room correction and preamplification. Would appreciate any perspective on this unit (with d/A module) as a preamp. Or should I keep the BAT and use the TACT only as an RCS device? Though the latter would preseve all the right things the BAT does, I'm not sure its even feasible for one, and it does mean more connections and components in the signal path.....
This is going to be a try and hear answer I think. Your bat vk5i is a awesome preamp. I'd have to think that taking the tube pre out of the mix is going to give you a different sound. If you really have some serious room issues it might tonally sound better, but I wonder if the bat preamp will help with soundstage, air, depth etc.

Also, I'm not a fan of digital volume controls, ok at higher levels, but not lower. Just my experience here.

Could you use tubetraps or something to tame the room instead?
I think it is pretty common to use the TacT with an external preamp (I do, so it must be common, right?). It is also common to use it with an external DAC, and then you need to have the preamp to follow the DAC.

If you can swing it, I would try the TacT for awhile before you give the BAT the boot, both to see if you like it in the system and then to see if you like it as a preamp as well as a room correction system.
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I don't know the answer, but with the addition of the optional TacT equalizer you might be able to restore some of the BAT qualities.
Thank you all for your very helpful replies. I forgot to say that I listen to a lot of LP's as well, so would need to use the A to D module. I will get a chance to have a live demo in my system, and will also have proper sound measurements done tomorrow to diagnose how bad the peaks/valleys are in the freq. response. Qualitatively, bass is definitely boomy with the speakers positioned for optimum soundstage width/depth/focus. The parametric equalizer route seems interesting as well.....