Elemental Designs eQ.2 Parametric Equalizer Review
EQ Type: Two band parametric
Frequency Bands: Continuous variable 10Hz - 50Hz, 50Hz - 100Hz
Band Width (Q): 0.3 - 3.0 Octaves
Level Adjustment: -15dB/+15dB
Subsonic Filter: Continuous variable 5Hz – 30Hz at 12 dB/octave w/ bypass
Phase Adjustment: Continuous variable 0 - 180 degrees
Dimensions: (HxWxD): 2.25" x 9.00" x 5.063"
- Inexpensive parametric equalization
- Does the job it is intended to do
- Manual tuning and measurement not for novices
- Limited precision due to physically small knobs
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The last several years have seen an increase of the number of options for room equalization at bass frequencies available to consumers. Following up on my A7S-450 review, I was asked to review an external parametric equalizer that Elemental Designs (eD) sells alongside its subwoofers. The eQ.2, can be purchased separately or as a bundle with one of the eDs subwoofers at a slightly reduced price. The eQ.2 represents a usable parametric EQ solution but with some caveats. It is inexpensive and functional, but it is bare bones basic. For someone on a tight budget or the DIY types, the eQ.2 will certainly do the trick provided you take the time to set it up properly as I instruct in this review.
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Add this to an RCA line amp and you can use that to drive your subs.