Is there the perfect equalizer settings to enjoy Chinese cartoons through headphones? Pic related is what I have, the Panasonic RP-HTX7.
Make this image upside down your EQ settings.
Oh, also, if you boost any bands, set your EQ's preamp to negative however many decibels your largest boost is to prevent digital clipping.
>not making it green line
>Make this image upside down your EQ settings.
I'm not sure I follow what you mean.
my nigga. they're great.
Move your sliders to vertically mirror the curve.
Yeah for the price and 3+ year durability, I can't complain.
Ah okay thanks
This, but make them mirror the curve UPSIDE DOWN.
So, make your EQ settings mirror the red line here (not upside down re: this image), since the red line was the better-sealed side for the measurement. And, again, don't forget to compensate with preamp to prevent clipping.
4000 yen lel.
better get some audio technica. they're cheaper.
Considering the M50.
Only get these if you want overwhelming bass response and your name is Da'Antawnique.
But my sliders only go down to -12. I'm a lost cause.
Probably not a bad choice. I got a pair of M30s to have a pair of closed phones to go alongside my Grado SR-80is and even for relatively cheapos they've got pretty good sound.
I really thought this was a Hanasaku Iroha thread but I am wrong.
Use the -20 line as your reference for 0. So, you'd put 100 Hz at -10 decibels, 20 Hz at +7 decibels, etc.
Better yet, use a proper parametric equalizer such as Equalizer APO for system-wide in Windows or EasyQ as a VST plugin in Foobar 2000... although I fear this may be too complex for you.
Do we still have those? I thought we only had headphone thread and Nako's Nakos threads.
No, not anymore unfortunately. I miss late old late night /a/.
I completely understand. I downloaded APO, will stop using Realtek's equalizer and research everything you talked about and then go back to your posts again for the finishing touches. I won't let your teachings go to waste.
Most of the days is just people focusing on whatever recent/currently airing PA Works show and then moving onto the next.
You're going to want to use Room EQ Wizard as a GUI for Equalizer APO, otherwise you'll be completely lost. Equalizer APO/REW are a little tricky to learn but quite powerful once you get a hold of them.
Protip: if you want more than one EQ setting and want to be able to switch back and forth between them quickly, set up shortcuts to .bat files in your start menu or on your desktop which copy/paste different Equalizer APO config files into your config folder.
You're quite passionate about this! I envy you. I will do my best and master the equalizer techniques.
>You're quite passionate about this!
I'll be constructing in-ear microphones rather soon so I can measure flat speakers with them and then equalize headphones to match the speakers' response. I like, you know, doing things right and all.
Thanks for the info anon.
Gonna try all this out with my Akg-K702's been looking to get a little more out of them.
Okay, what the shit is going on here? Not only do we have a guy giving good instructions on a topic that isn't bonehead level crap, we also have a guy following those instructions and supplementing them with knowledge he found on his own.
Am I still on /a/? Did I click a link somewhere and get taken to a far better site? Did I died? Really, this is almost too much even for night time /a/.
Just one of the magical night time threads that remind me why I have been sticking with /a/ for 7+ years.
I suppose I should start with this.