I was thinking of replacing my AMP with the Sonos AMP to get access to all the easy streaming.
My setup so far is an iPad used for stream via AUX cable to the current AMP, the TV connected and a turntable.
As the AMP covers all of this the only thing left is the EQ.
Shouldn’t it be possible to just “manually” set the digital EQ of the Sonos AMP to a level that the Bose would sound like if played through their own EQ? If so does anyone have experience with this?
I have no Idea how to actually KNOW when my settings “sound right”. Is there some method to this that I can follow? Just using my ears might heavily depend on the song i currently listen to. Maybe that’s also an Idea, some suggestions which songs i should check out (due to high pitches, deep basses, ...)
I know using the active EQ from the Bose Series 2 is not possible (except if i just use it for the turntable^^)
I’Ve also got a Magnat Quantum Sub that i plan to connect via wire, I do not think this matters here but just for completion sake :D
Best answer by Anonymous