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:wits-end:I am looking for the simplest way to get a SSF as well as some boost in required areas. I took a look at the BFD "tutorial" and began to think that it was far too complicated. All I want to do is hook up my receiver to my EP 2500 to my IXL 15.2.2 without worry of it bottoming out on the very low stuff.

Honestly, I don't understand alot of what I read about these upscale EQ's! I want as much of a plug and play EQ system as I can get with a minimum of $$$$$'s. The Reckhorn seems to be the ticket...unless I am misunderstanding the BFD.?

The BFD is a better cost but with a calibration mic and all of the other stuff mentioned in the tutorial, it is quite expensive. I just want to keep it simple.

What do I need?
 

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Have you already built the sub and tried the EP2500 with your receiver?
I have not built my sub yet, but according to WinISD I will definately need a SSF. This is the primary need for some EQ. I have seen SSF's in the form of an RCA plug, but have heard of no one using them. This would be cheaper and easier for me, but I don't know if it is the best choice.

By the way, the ED model is roughly the same price. Any reason for that one over the Reckhorn?
 

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The Reckhorn also has a high cut which the EQ.2 doesn't have. But no phase that the EQ.2 does have.
But the EQ.2 adds one more EQ adjustment, which isn't needed if you have a BFD.
 
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