Re: Help with picking a Equalizer??
How you are planning on routing your RCA cables will determine everything in this case. If you are only running one set of RCAs to the back and don't want/need fader capability, then the EQL (or two EQTs, because they are only one channel operation) will do what you need. If you are running two sets of RCAs to the amp, the you will need 2 EQLs or 4 EQTs to allow you to have EQ ability on all four channels. The EQS is not very flexible because the 6 1/2 octave bands only work on the sub channels of the EQ. The best AudioControl product for you situation would be the EQQ but they don't make it anymore. It is a 4 ch 13 band EQ with separate controls for front and rear left and right over all 13 bands. You might be able to find a used one in good condition on eBay.
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