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I've still never found a decent parametric EQ (With a good UI) for windows.

 

Any ideas?

 

Whilst I'm here - 

 

Hardware vs Software EQ. Any thoughts?

 

EDIT: Just started using a parametric EQ for Foobar. There goes my afternoon.. (I've been using a graphic EQ made by Xnor for quite some time now)

 

...And possibly a few future headphone purchases, with any luck. I have a few pairs that I really enjoy the comfort and looks of, but feel that they don't quite have the sound signature that I'm looking for. It would be ideal to be able to achieve this with EQ. 

 

DOUBLE EDIT: aaaaaand I still prefer the Xnor EQ. More reliable, seems to be accurate, more intuitive. 


Edited by White Lotus - 11/6/13 at 4:18pm
post #47 of 48
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I've still never found a decent parametric EQ (With a good UI) for windows.

Any ideas?

Whilst I'm here - 

Hardware vs Software EQ. Any thoughts?

EDIT: Just started using a parametric EQ for Foobar. There goes my afternoon.. (I've been using a graphic EQ made by Xnor for quite some time now)

...And possibly a few future headphone purchases, with any luck. I have a few pairs that I really enjoy the comfort and looks of, but feel that they don't quite have the sound signature that I'm looking for. It would be ideal to be able to achieve this with EQ. 

DOUBLE EDIT: aaaaaand I still prefer the Xnor EQ. More reliable, seems to be accurate, more intuitive. 

Electi-q is pretty solid. Tons of options and pretty easy to use.
post #48 of 48

EasyQ is more or less the same thing as ElectriQ, and I understand that for some odd reason, certain people who can't get one to work can sometimes get the other to work. I use EasyQ on Foobar. 

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