I used the frequency response graph for the Denon 2000s on headroom as a model for my graphic eq in foobar. Headroom says that there fr graphs are adjusted for the contours of the human ear and such. . . does that mean that by inverting the fr graph via my graphic equalizer I will end up with better balanced headphones?
Because the denons do sound better after I did this. A lot better. I used to balk at people for saying that the denons had recessed mids. Now I agree. (well they aren't quite recessed but they do take somewhat of a back seat to the treble and, of course, the bass)