I'm trying to eliminate HRTF resonances in my listening setup. Right now I'm using a software parametric EQ but that only works in winamp and I want to do my entire signal path so that it works in games, in fruityloops, Itunes, etc so I can game, listen, and master, without those annoying 5k, 7k, and 10k HRTF resonances. The EQ I have my eyes on is a rackmount Behringer which is primarily designed for feedback elimination in live sound, but it includes a fully programable parametric eq and it supports 2 channels so I think it might do the job, and it's only $150. What do you guys think? For an idea of my setup: Q701, DT880, V6, on an E9 with an X-fi signal source/DAC. I have an E7 on the way to act as my DAC. This is the EQ http://www.musiciansfriend.com/pro-audio/behringer-feedback-destroyer-fbq1000-parametric-eq?src=3WWRWXGP I've used Behringers stuff for years in my studio as inexpensive mixers with low noise and a lot of headroom. Their new kit seems to be especially good as the new usbDAC mixer I just got has the lowest noise mic preamp in the world right now. IT makes my Rhode mic silky smooth.