Hi Guys, I have been googling for a free equalizer app to help dispel the disappointment I feel when listening to music on my shiny new expensive iPad!
To explain: My hearing is way less than perfect, infact, at 65, I've just about caught up with the age assessment the audiologist gave me 25 years ago!
In short, I was told that my ears needed glasses long, long ago!
I have bought a pair of Kitsound Beamers Bluetooth phones..... I'm sure these would not wow you serious audiophiles, but they were the best I could afford and I'm pleased with them, they are comfortable to wear and the base is rich. (I find most cheap phones seem to lack any base or colour.)
Problem is, I have found the iPad equalizer totally useless......none of the settings seem to have any effect!...(maybe it's my failing ears!)
I have been looking for a free app to help me out!
As a Windows user, I had expected there would be an equalizer which was just that. ie. it would shape the sound output across all media and nothing more.
I get the feeling that this, in common with other Equalizers for iPads, is combined with a music player.
What happens if I were to play a video or movie, using another player, would their sound also be processed by the equalizer, or are the adjustments only applied to the output of this player?
In fact, would it work at all with phones that are wirelessly connected?
I'm also mystified as to why I can find neither the paid nor the free app using iTunes or Appshopper on my iPad....why is that?
Ahh.. found it! only listed as an iPhone app ....does this mean the display is just a poor quality blow up for the iPad screen?
Edited by theracles - 1/19/13 at 7:50am