That would be ideal but how to you determine what is flat? The audio could have been manipulated in so many ways. For playback I prefer simple shelving type bass and treble controls. My homebuilt unit has selectable turnover frequencies as well. Use of a multiband equaliser might be OK to flatten room response if you are set up to calibrate it properly. For tweaking a recording I think that you could do far more harm than good! In software there are so many options, so many ways to go horribly wrong!That could be step 1 (flatten the frequency response), step 2 could be adjust the EQ the way you like it, it would affect all the audio the same way.
If you do this, it could be helpful to share the EQ(s) to get flat response from a variety of recorded media here in QQ.
Still showing huge discount when I select the link....Ralphie
That's REALLY weird Mike ... just clicked onto YOUR link again and it shows £76.54 ...could it be for UK customers, ONLY? Quite strange! Even the NEW and USED links for £36 and up don't appear in the side box ......... Hmmmm.
That link takes you to a for sale listing but that is the early 2000's 5.1 remix. Not the "Quadio" set that we are talking about here.WHY?