I've got a 5.2 setup with two XTZ subs up front and an additional two nearfield subs behind the main listening positions - the latter being driven by a single iNuke 6000DSP. I'm using Yamaha's YPAO to equalize the 5.2 speakers, along with the - limited - tuning options on the XTZ subs and then tweaking the nearfields with the equalizer in the iNuke based on measurements taken with my XTZ Room Analyzer. When using YPAO I leave the nearfields off, as I suspect they would confuse the hell out of the Yamaha amp. I've gotten pretty good results with the above, but I want everything to sound as good as it can, so have just ordered a DSPeaker Anti-Mode 8033S-II. The device itself is pretty simple: It has two outputs, and I'm thinking about running one to the iNuke, and the other, via a splitter, to the XTZ subs. However, I'm unsure how I should use it with the nearfields. Can the DSPeaker "understand" that one set of subs is placed behind the listening position and acting as nearfields for maximum tactile response? I'm thinking I should either: A: Set things up as above and simply run the DSPeaker equalizer. or B: Connect the DSPeaker to the front subs only and then try to dial in the nearfields "by hand" as best I can? I want to make bass as tight and well-integrated as possible, but I don't want to lose the slam that the nearfields currently give me. Thoughts?