After my Sennheiser HD600 Bass recovery curves, here are my new Easy UES (aka Ownluxe A1) EQ Corrections, as impulses to be used with convolvers. I'm a musician/audiophile, used to studio sound. I look for balanced/neutral-ish (no it doesn't have to sound clinical or anaemic, that's usually due to bad gear). OOTB with stock-tips, the Easy UES sounded badly muffled due to horrible treble rolloff - to my ears bordering on defective. They got slightly better after ~50hours burn in, but not much. They also have bass bloat and a mid boxieness, and a painful 6dB spike at 4.4k. I designed this correction to reverse that and restore (to my ears) pretty decent audiophile-quality sound (within the limitations of the dynamic drivers). The correction is in impulse format - this is a 'snapshot' of the precise linear-phase EQ curve I created, and can be applied with any audio convolver. ('linear-phase' EQ preserves more detail than standard minimum-phase, useful with these lower-resolving drivers - but it also means you can't fade (wet/dry adjust) the impulse). On Windows, you can use for example the Foobar 2000 audio player with the free convolver plugin (below). There are also many free VST plugin format convolvers. New Jun 20: 1.0 Release! - finale new 'Open' curve (based on 'Balance'), corrects slightly recessed vocals. - two variations, 'Warm' (similar to Balance) and 'Clean' (bright) - all sample rates above 44.1k. - 'Dry (-4db)' - volume-matched raw sound, for better comparisons (works at all sample rates). (all curves drop 4dB volume to reduce clipping risk) Download: (use the included 64-bit float version if your convolver supports it for best SQ) mono: stereo: EQ Curves (linear-phase): Open (warm): Open (clear) : Foobar2000 instructions: The files can live anywhere - just install the Convolver plugin the usual foobar way, add it in Preferences->DSP Manager, and then 'Configure selected' and load the desired impulse .wav file: The plugin is slow to update, any changes seem to take a few seconds to kick in (audio usually glitches when it does). As the correction is linear-phase EQ, you cannot reduce the correction strength with Mix Adjust - leave it at 100%. The Impulse causes a deliberate drop in output volume, to avoid clipping/audio limiting (as the correction boosts some frequencies). Untick 'Auto level adjust' to preserve that level. If you still get occasional clipping/limiting, reduce Level Adjust a little. My main reference tracks: - Dashboard Confessional's 'Stolen' (album version from Dusk and Summer) - lots of deep warm bass and crisp cymbals/hihats. - Taylor Swift's 'Love Story (from Fearless) - warm, vocal presence and splashy cymbals. (tracks like this with wide spectrums show the differences best). Let me know how it sounds to you.