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Hi All - this is my first post here and I'd like to solicit your opinions about how to best manage all the eq on my loudspeakers sets.
I run all the audio in my home from my mac-mini via HDMI, 2 USBs and Apple TV all going to different amps and speakers. I'd like to apply unique equalization to each output. Is there a plugin available for the Mac which would do the following:

0- works on mac-mini
1- automatically detect the current audio output (or allow me to select it)
2- apply custom high quality equalization to the current audio output
3- allows for editing eq parameters from a text file
4- supports movable filters in the bass end
5- bonus if it can accept REW files as input

Thanks in advance, Brad
 

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Hi Ken- Im not using any apps to control the outputs. I just select the output I want in the preferences panel. Should I be using such an app?
 

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Hi Ken- Im not using any apps to control the outputs. I just select the output I want in the preferences panel. Should I be using such an app?
err, Kal. Not if that works for you. I require an app to organize and select music tracks from my collection.

However, consider JRiver.
0- works on mac-mini Yes
1- automatically detect the current audio output (or allow me to select it) Yes, and outputs can be synched or not.
2- apply custom high quality equalization to the current audio output Yes and there are multiple EQ options. The are on a per-output basis.
3- allows for editing eq parameters from a text file That depends on the EQ option you choose. I prefer to use VST filters from Dirac which are not editable but the PEQ and convolution options might be.
4- supports movable filters in the bass end Not sure what you mean. The filters can be adjustable.
5- bonus if it can accept REW files as input Not sure but a free trial is available.
 
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