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post #106 of 111

An app that really effects sound stage is Rondo, it also has a motion sensor that tracks movement and changes the direction sound is coming from. Its a cool effect but I think it lowers the sound quality unfortunately. Its free so I use it sometime, not much though.


Edited by A5ianInva5ion12 - 2/8/14 at 1:42pm
post #107 of 111
Soundfocus by Symphonic Audio Technologies is an interesting equalizer app that not only works on the itune library but also works with Spotify and it's free
post #108 of 111

Another great thread!  I'm about to buy the Hifiman RE-400 and heard of it's low bass.  So I thought I'd add an EQ app to pick it up a bit.  It appears the Accudio app recommended here has a preset which seems great.  And it was free to download.  I wonder though, some people mention paying for the app - what more would I get if I paid (although I don't even see an option for an in-app purchase).

 

Also, is anyone familiar with this app?  I pre-selected the Hifiman and my model - but everything appears set to 0 or flat.  Are all presets like this?  Or do you need to play around with the settings to your personal liking?

post #109 of 111

Have not used Accudio in ages since it was pretty flakey when I did.  It should not be all flat if you have a preselected HP.  You may wish to go to an Accudio thread and see if you are missing something.  good luck.

 

edit:  As I recall (maybe) you may not be able to see what the setting are for pre-selected headphones, they may keep that hidden.


Edited by bixby - Today at 9:18 am
post #110 of 111
I used to use accudio all the time (still do with the earpods) but I didn't like the sound with that app with the sennheiser momentum. Now I mostly use canopener, it has a better UI, volume adjustment by the db, and a good crossfeed function
https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/canopener-for-headphones/id690996855?mt=8
post #111 of 111
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Have not used Accudio in ages since it was pretty flakey when I did.  It should not be all flat if you have a preselected HP.  You may wish to go to an Accudio thread and see if you are missing something.  good luck.

 

edit:  As I recall (maybe) you may not be able to see what the setting are for pre-selected headphones, they may keep that hidden.

 

Ah, your edit makes sense.  I suppose once I get the new IEMs, I can try it with the Hifiman pre-setting and then with another IEM pre-setting and see if I can hear the difference.  That may be a way to verify if they keep the settings hidden (or if I'm supposed to do an in app purchase to get the setting).

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