Can't you just correct any problems in sound signature with EQ??
Sep 21, 2008 at 7:37 PM Post #16 of 18

Originally Posted by JamesL /img/forum/go_quote.gif
EQ'ing your music is like photoshopping a picture. If it's too dull, you can saturate it, and bring out the color, but if you're looking at the picture through a 1970 television set with flicker or interlacing, it still won't look it's best.
Like previously noted, it's a good way of sorta 'hiding' a headphone's flaws.. but you won't get the kind of resolution you would get from a high-quality headphone setup.

Very nice analogy, although it doesn't quite cover why you can't turn a Sennheiser into a Grado (and vice-versa).

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