gofar99 Messages: 1419 Registered: May 2010 Location: Southern Arizona
Illuminati (3rd Degree)
Hi, occasionally. I have used a Behringer DEQ2496 to handle room issues and it can act as a general purpose frequency equalizer. You can get substantial boost or cut at any of 24 different frequencies. I don't use digital EQ in my PC based music or in the portables I own FIIO X3, Sony and Nvidia tab. I wonder though if you think you harmed your speakers...why not replace them with new and better ones. There are many now that are quite reasonable in cost. parts Express carries their own brand and eve the $30 a pair ones are decent. When you get up a bit in price the Pioneer ones at about $200 a pair are quite good and from other sources things like the lower cost Elacs are really nice. I do however suggest you listen to them if you can and if you can't be sure they can be returned.
The damaged speaker was the speaker I used in college. I don't use digital equalizers nowadays because I have a good set of speakers already. I made this topic to see if there are still some people who are using those kinds of equalizers.