As I posted before, anyone who owns some SE535s is welcome to try my SE535 HPEQ file and judge for themselves. :)
- It is not straightforward to create HPEQ files using Blu-Tac. You need to do it carefully and may need several tries. I created several different HPEQ files with Blu-Tac (with a slightly different seal each time) and compared them to each other to judge which one was the best. I played the front speaker only, as that is the most difficult to 'virtualise' in my experience, and picked the HPEQ file which sounded the most 'outside my head.'
- Any HPEQ file created without Blu-Tac (or some other way of creating a seal) is useless, in my experience.