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I use a program that is available on the crown site, called IQ for Windows. You do need to use a serial cable to connect in and program things however once it is configured it runs as a standalone system. You can make 32 presets that can be selected from the front panel (however I always "lock" the front panel so my family does not mess things up :))

Addition: I also use REW (I figure that would be assumed but you never know...) to generate the responses and figure out what filters to apply... It is important to remember (also) that the parametric eq filters generated by REW use a different method for determining the Q, so you will need to use a conversion I figured out here: http://www.hometheatershack.com/forums/rew-forum/22185-parametric-peaking-eq-variations.html#post199725... use Excel or something like that to figure out all the filters at once :)

Here are the measured and predicted graphs of the 8 channels I EQ with one my USM-810's, there are also 7 other parametric eq's per channel that represent the equal loudness curve at 80 phons (basically a really accurate "Loudness" button), each channel has anywhere from 5 to 8 parametric eq's that are fixing that channel too. There are also two subwoofers being crossed over by the USM-810...

Interesting, so how much does it cost? Sorry if I may have missed you quoting the price earlier.
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