I've been considering moving from the BFD1124p to the DEQ2496. I've read a number of the "what about the DEQ" threads.
In general, the 1124 has been good to me, but I'm looking for a couple features that I think can be had in the DEQ2496.
I enjoy listening to 2-channel music, and...
if you notice, the REW v4.0 filter parameters are either in Gain and BW/60 (when using BFD mode) or BW(Oct) when using FBQ mode. The DEQ2496 is also in BW(Oct) mode.
one curious thing I noticed last nite when I entered a couple of new filter settings, is that the range on the DEQ's...
I was wondering if the DEQ2496 would be the best choice if I am not only trying to calibrate the sub but also tame my room to try to flatten overall freq response as much as possible.
Am currently completing construction on a new, small recording room in my basement.
Intend to treat the room extensively with absorption, but have purchased a Behringer UltraCurvePro DEQ2496 to help with the final tweaking of room modes.
Will be using REW, in conjunction with ETF5 and RPlusD...
I found this site searching Google for setup tips for my Behringer DEQ2496 that I recently purchased to assist with room correction for my 2-channel system (see bio). I'm hoping the Room EQ Wizard will soon support the DEQ2496, though I'm going to try it anyway as a stand-alone measurement tool.