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post #1066 of 1069
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Originally Posted by jeffreyw311 View Post
 

Would anyone have an Sennheiser HD600 EQ settings file for Equalizer APO?  Just want to dial down the midrange a little bit and maybe boost the sub-bass (or whatever exists of it).  The parametric GUI software I'm using is less than user friendly and keeps crashing for whatever reason.

Filter Settings file

Room EQ V5,01
Dated: 29.02.2012 20:04:50


Equaliser: Generic

Filter  1: ON  PK       Fc    33,3 Hz  Gain   7,0dB   Q  1,0
Filter  2: ON  PK       Fc      75,6 Hz  Gain   -1,3 dB  Q 1,0
Filter  2: ON  PK       Fc    112,5 Hz  Gain   -1,1 dB  Q  2,02 
Filter  3: ON  PK       Fc    152,0 Hz  Gain   -1,2 dB  Q  1,93
Filter  4: ON  PK       Fc    220,0 Hz  Gain   -2,9 dB  Q  0,72

Filter  5: ON PK        Fc    3300,0 Hz  Gain   -3,0dB   Q 1,0

Filter  6: ON  LS       Fc    17700,0 Hz  Gain   -7,0 dB
 

 

 

Save the text above in a text file called sennhd600.txt. Then, find the config.txt in the config folder of EQApo and edit it to include the sennhd600.txt file.

post #1067 of 1069
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Originally Posted by numbercube View Post
 

Filter Settings file

Room EQ V5,01
Dated: 29.02.2012 20:04:50


Equaliser: Generic

Filter  1: ON  PK       Fc    33,3 Hz  Gain   7,0dB   Q  1,0
Filter  2: ON  PK       Fc      75,6 Hz  Gain   -1,3 dB  Q 1,0
Filter  2: ON  PK       Fc    112,5 Hz  Gain   -1,1 dB  Q  2,02 
Filter  3: ON  PK       Fc    152,0 Hz  Gain   -1,2 dB  Q  1,93
Filter  4: ON  PK       Fc    220,0 Hz  Gain   -2,9 dB  Q  0,72

Filter  5: ON PK        Fc    3300,0 Hz  Gain   -3,0dB   Q 1,0

Filter  6: ON  LS       Fc    17700,0 Hz  Gain   -7,0 dB
 

 

 

Save the text above in a text file called sennhd600.txt. Then, find the config.txt in the config folder of EQApo and edit it to include the sennhd600.txt file.

 

Just a word of advice, it's better to avoid boosting at any frequencies, to avoid clipping. Better to cut the rest of the spectrum. My ear buds have the following EQ curve, for example:

 

post #1068 of 1069

There is no clipping in those filter settings. Filter 6 is a Low Shelf.

post #1069 of 1069
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There is no clipping in those filter settings. Filter 6 is a Low Shelf.


Sorry, I replied to the wrong post.

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