I’ve been reading posts about the McIntosh MEN220. I think I want one. My system consists of a Mac Mini music server feeding a McIntosh C48 via USB. The preamp outputs feed MC30s and a MC2100 in a passive biamp configuration driving a pair of JBL 250TIs. The MEN220 provides two features which interest me; The active two-way crossover and the room correction. My listening room, like many, is a compromise. I have a nasty peak at 40hz, and a side wall/window reflection issue. I’ve added some curtains to tame the side wall reflections and it has helped, but could be better. What concerns me, is adding another component to the chain. I prefer less...does the MEN220 perform corrections digitally or in the analog domain? Any and all comments are welcome regarding experiences with this device. Thanks!