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Old 20th November 2014, 03:07 AM   #1
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Default Odd DEQ2496 behaviour

Looking for a DEQ2496 expert....

When doing an AutoEQ, the screen says Left channel, but the pink noise is coming out of the right speaker stack.

The DEQ is plugged into a DCX2496, via AES/EBU. The outputs 1,2,3 of the DCX go to the left speaker, and 4,5,6 go to the right.

When listening to music, ( LP that is using the either the on board A/D converter of the DEQ or the onboard convertor of the DCX ) the channels are correctly replayed.

However, I am concerned that the incorrect EQ is being applied to the inbound signals.

Does this concern make any sense? The Left and Right equalizer curves are quite different.

Thanks for your help!
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