crinacle's IEM FR measurement database
May 15, 2019 at 6:33 AM Post #1,142 of 1,327

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I’m using windows

EqualizerAPO is the way to go. Many prefer Peace GUI on top of that. With peace you can simply import the ParametricEQ.txt file and then set the preamp. See usage instructions for more details in the Github page.
 
May 26, 2019 at 5:03 PM Post #1,146 of 1,327

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like the new site, and the youtube posts - which are damn hilarious BTW. Good to see you breaking out like that. Tell it like you hear it.... that's all you can do my friend. I think that having all measurements in one place is the way to go. You really do the community a service. Your graphs have helped me through thousands of dollars spent over the past couple years.

I'm sure you don't hear it enough.....So.................. thank you Crinacle!
 
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also.... Rai Penta.... I bought this one blind. When I get it (on backorder), it'll be interesting to see the graph against what I'm hearing. I'm sure one will find its way to you to be evaluated/measured.
 
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May 29, 2019 at 4:09 AM Post #1,151 of 1,327

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Good gravy, what an awesome resource for researching IEMs.
 
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May 29, 2019 at 10:58 AM Post #1,152 of 1,327

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Graph comparison tool is now functional.

https://crinacle.com/graphs/graphtool/

It's still pretty much in "beta" in that there are a few glitches here and there, some graphs aren't showing up (additional samples and modes for instance) and not all the features have been implemented yet. But the basics are all there and it's pretty usable.

Current plans are as follows:

Public use version

Alongside the image graph database, the "basic" graph comparison tool will be free for public use. The planned features for this version are as follows:
  • Comparison of up to two models
  • Baseline comparisons
  • Normalisation function
Premium version

A more powerful tool will be available for all $5 Patrons and above. This will be hosted on https://crinacle.com/graphs/graphtool/premium/ and requires a Patreon login for access. The planned features for this version are follows:
  • Comparison of multiple models (upper limit TBD)
  • Basline comparisons
  • Normalisation function
  • Target curve compensation (Harman Target, Diffuse Field, crinpensation etc.)
  • Export as image...?
And of course, credit to the man who made this all possible, Marshall Lochbaum.

https://github.com/mlochbaum/CrinGraph
 
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