Originally Posted by lin0003
Sorry... I know how it feels....
Yeah, this is what is happening. I do find the treble a tad bit too sharp for my taste so this a good thing?
The only thing you can do with DX100 is to turn on your EQ and reduce about 2-3 db at 4000 Hz (ideally it should be 6000 Hz), but it will still add some weight and lushness. Maybe add 1db at 1000 Hz? Try it out.
Also changing tips are much more effective than EQ.
I use comply T500 tips, cut the ends until I hear a more neutral, musical sound.
You might need to experiment with this, cut too much will make it too harsh, too little will make it a bit dull. This also depends on your ear canal size/shapes and how old the comply tips are.
Every time I switch on a pair of new T500 tips, I noticed instant change in bass impact and warmth of the sound. Overtime, the sound opens up more and bass settle down a bit.
Since it's a universal, just take your time and find what sound suits best for you;)