Originally Posted by Puranti
I recently heard a great speaker system and I realized how disconnected from a real stereo system I was.
I came back to use the BS2B dsp and thought the C.Moy settings were very close to what I heard on this speaker system, I'm definitely going to use it now.
Just saw this mentioned and I had to try it out. It's different but quite nice. It makes the sound-stage more cohesive and removes the separation with no loss of quality, at the cost of being more distant and a little lost of volume. Taking it off, you can really hear the separated sound of headphones, a gap, especially in the vocals. I have to get used to this more relaxed sound, but since I can never have the speakers too loud in my apartment anyway, it'll be like listening to them.
I also like the C. Moy setting. The Default feels a little too closed in. The J. Meier almost a little too separate and is the most like normal headphones. The C. Moy is in the middle and feels the most comfortable and accepting.