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I have sound signature preferences per genre and even further sometimes per song. I already mess with the sound curve by using a pre-amp w/tubes in line with most of my headphone amps. Personally i couldn’t care less for a flat frequency response across the board. Music is about feeling and emotion that is inspired by it, sometimes i want/need a nudge more or less of something. My 4 band Bellari eq. handles that well. Enjoy the music life is short.
Wonder if there is any known way of providing EQ for those of us (probably 98% over age 20) with hearing loss. Most hearing loss is far greater than any headphone manufacturer would tolerate (-30 dB above 3,000 Hz is fairly typical over age 60).
Yes it does but its set according to what I have read based on data that is related to hearing loss as people grow older.....I dont know the actual source and how each of us fits in this analysis.When I tried it and watched the high frequency portion of the spectrum it really boosts the higher freqs...What I wonder is if your hearing is really bad at these freq's how can any boosting of these frequencies be heard at all??I did a recent hearing test and my hearing is that of a 40-50 year old and I am 70...so I thank the man upstairs for this.So when i did the age appropriate boost in Sonarworks it was too accentuated for me ears....But I think its a noble idea and probably works for the "majority" of the aging population?Alex
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