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    How to automatically EQ your headphones to online measurements: a step by step guide

    You don't need to worry about this if you're following the guide. Just make sure that it smoothly decreases in volume without any obvious peaks (except the three quarter wavelength resonance peak) or dips.
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    How to automatically EQ your headphones to online measurements: a step by step guide

    Castleofargh, Griesinger published a file named Binaural_hearing_and_headphones.ppt (you should be able to find with Google and/or Internet Archive) which contains instructions for building affordable in-ear microphones that rest at the eardrum. These would be absolutely ideal for EQing...
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    How to automatically EQ your headphones to online measurements: a step by step guide

    HeSuvi looks super convenient! Be aware it appears, to me, to auto-EQ to something akin to the Harman curve. That's a bass-boosted curve. Some may not like this, but I suspect most will. Yatekei, EQing to an equal loudness contour is not something anyone should be doing. Equal loudness contours...
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    $6 Panasonic RP-HJE120. Surprisingly usable

    I wasn't aware until I added my above settings to Rockbox that Rockbox's latest release allows for Q values down to 0.1 now. It used to be limited to 0.5. With this in mind, bass correction for these becomes much simpler: 30 Hz, -10 dB, Q 0.1. That's it. This produces the following response...
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    $6 Panasonic RP-HJE120. Surprisingly usable

    Today we're going to be giving $19 (cost of 1 box of Spinfits included) headphones a balanced sound signature, as well as protecting them from breaking due to loosened solders. Here's our materials, minus the JB Weld. The tape is Nexcare Absolute Waterproof Tape. The Spinfits are CP100s; the...
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