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Sound cards with multi speaker channels

I'm using a basic onboard Realtek Ac97 sound and running Win XP. I've got the Realtek sound manager and my windows audio mixer configured for 4 speaker out. 2 front and 2 rear. Windows playback mixer has separate vol control for front and rear. My questions is, does anyone make a equalizer program so that I can have an eq for front speakers and a separate eq for rear speakers? The sound manager from Realtek has a single 10 band eq that controls all speakers with no separation. I realize it would be simple to just use hardware equalizers but I'm strapped for space.
Thanks for any info you can give!

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