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Originally Posted by q2klepto View Post
 

Im using a GUI for EQ APO yup - heres what mine looks like when taming sibilance. 

 

 

 

Mine are grill modded with Focus Pads so tweak as you like 

 

+100 for Equalizer APO. 

 

Awesome program and a must imo for the HE-400. I wouldn't only want to tame the treble in music players, but games and Youtube videos as well. I don't use the program anymore since moving on from the HE-400 but I'd strongly recommend the program to anyone.

 

I'll have to take a look at that GUI app you posted, looks really helpful. I was editing the config file before to create my EQs which was a pain in the neck!

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Anyone own both the HE-400s and Mr. Speakers Mad Dogs?  I'm trying to sell my Focus Padded, Grill Modded HE-400s and i have someone willing to trade for the mad dogs

 

Is it an even trade? Are the mad dogs a closed equivalent to the 400s? Maybe with deeper bass, non sibilant - with a smaller sound stage, less clarity/separation maybe? 

 

This is with stock mad dog pads i believe, maybe a trade for stock/velour he400 would be more even 

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How xan anyrhing have deeper bass than the 400.
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Originally Posted by q2klepto View Post

Anyone own both the HE-400s and Mr. Speakers Mad Dogs?  I'm trying to sell my Focus Padded, Grill Modded HE-400s and i have someone willing to trade for the mad dogs

Is it an even trade? Are the mad dogs a closed equivalent to the 400s? Maybe with deeper bass, non sibilant - with a smaller sound stage, less clarity/separation maybe? 

This is with stock mad dog pads i believe, maybe a trade for stock/velour he400 would be more even 

I have the ZMF vibros, which are a t50rp mod more similar to the alpha dogs. I havent heard the mad dogs. Anyway, the vibros are superior to the HE-400 in all respects (including soundstage and separation) aside from bass texture. But they have a very different presentation, much more relaxed and smooth. They dont have the same energetic, aggressive edge as the HE-400s. Dunno if that helps.
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