BTW what is your system? HP, hp-amp and DAC? I'm curious.
Thanks for the heads up, I've followed what SGBK was experimenting and yes and did all sort of blind numbers fiddling without any safety net.
I have did try your modification of the priorities in the tt file (back to stock SBT value).
For my system the change is that the sound didn't have that much more weight and bass afterwards, it has for sure but I felt that the bass boost was due to a lack of control and the bass reverberating was what amplified it.
It sounded like a mix of the vanilla SBT and TT 3.0. The sound was back to be blurry and reverb wet to me but less blurry than SBT by a mile.
The definition of TT 3.0 was a bit there but lost in a slight amount reverb. I missed the fast decay of TT 3.0 that is what I liked most with the stock TT mod. Also to me the stereo width was diminished. Still it was way better than vanilla SBT but I thought I lost too much definition and found the blurryness unbearable. That blurry affected instrument separation to me, and the bass register was poluting the mediums too much.
I guess your priorities mod necessity was due to the "thinness" you experienced with TT 3.0.
To me I don't have that at all, the TT 3.0 is weighty accross the frequency range (lack of very low end, if any) and I only have to boost the low bass a little on my Meridian preamp.
So I went back to TT 3.0 and pretty much prefer that for my system at least the speed and definition of TT 3.0.
The definition of stock TT and the stereo width is greater but it's not and day. But to me the cleanlyness of stock TT was better fit in my system and couldn't bare with the lack of bass control to my ear.
Thanks for the settings info by the way! I will surely experience back and forth to validate this quick impression!
I guess those settings are very sensitive to specific system, impedance of DAC imputs, DAC topology and such..
Edited by telecaster - 5/1/12 at 2:58am