Behringer Ultracurve Pro DEQ2496

I am curious about this Behringer ultracurve, a bit intimidated by the user manual tough, and a bit interrogatively careful about the new noise that this new gear will introduce in the noise floor, but perhaps the pay-off would be the fun to play... I would put it between my computer and my dac...I will certainly buy one someday...If someone has experience with this and a dac I will listen to him... My best to all...
I used a DEQ2496 for subwoofer duties for a long time, to very good effect. I'm not sure I would use it for main speakers. There are aftermarket modifications to improve the analog audio quality.

But depending on what you're trying to do, a miniDSP SHD Studio might be a much better choice.
I see thanks.... I think it will be like an help to streaming, but also to room correction... why dont you think not usable for speakers? 
I am using it right now as a dac for my pc & tv. This cheap thing is simply one of the best dacs out there. It sounds of full bodied music and not dryed out hifi like most testwinner dac`s do. The downside is it`s build-quality, the powersupply are known to suicide, most likely from heat so pay some for an extended guarantee. 

This unit adds no noise but the result out will depend on how many processes you decide to do or if you simply press "bypass". 

Only xlr out, if that`s a problem you can use these:
@mahgister sorry, I should have clarified I'm not sure I would use its analog I/O for main speakers. Your intent is to run everything in the digital domain, which should be fine for what you're trying to do.

I prefer the functionality of the SHD series models, and Dirac for high-quality room correction, versus the PEQ of the DEQ2496. The DEQ2496's routing functionality is better than the SHD, but I don't think that would be a factor if only using the digital I/O.