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The two EQs operate differently so it depends on your use.
Type 1 could be described as a more clinical EQ. I find it best for when I need to make cuts to remove feed back or noise. The cuts and boosts do not take into account other adjustments in adjacent frequencies.
Type 2 could be described as a more musical EQ. Adjustments with this EQ take into account the adjustments to frequencies adjacent to it. I use type 2 for general mixing use.
You can see the difference by making a wide EQ boost then make a sharp EQ cut near it. Toggle between the two types of EQ and you'll see what I'm talking about.