I've had a fully loaded RCS 2.0 for over six years. It really cleans up a lot of room problems. There are nine presets so I can create nine different corrections (though I really use only one). The difference between hearing your room with all the anomalies and hearing your room once it is corrected is shocking. It is a great tool. TacT put a lot of capability into the RCS but frankly, I'm not using it to it's fullest. You need to use the unit with a computer and really tweak my room using the TacT becomes to demanding for my computer-limited brain. I would suggest you get one and demo it for two weeks. Once you understand the set-up you can do a room correction in two minutes. That part is not difficult. I guarantee you WILL hear a difference. Whether you like it or not is why you must do a demo. Note: there is no tape loop so you must connect a recording device to a line level output that is controlled by the main volume. Any adjustment to the speakers means you adjust the level of your recording.
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