- Jan 31, 2010
According to the graphs in that document it looks like the treble can only be increased, not decreased.
Yes I'm aware of that, I'm just thinking loudly hopefully giving digiZoid ideas. Decreasing highs also means you'd get more mids as a result, in case it's like v2.1 (more mid-forward, highs slightly rolled-off) vs v2.3 (slight v-shape signature with pushed back mids) then it could help to give a warmer fullier sound if highs would be decreased 1-2 steps so it would be quite useful and increase the chances of liking the sound.
So in case ZO3 would be V-shape sounding to begin with, the additional treble boosting won't do me any good for example as I'm more of a balanced mids & highs lover, don't like V-shape sound when mids gets pushed to the background, I prefer them fairly in your-face. So would be cool to have the possibility to go down to like -5dB on the highs or so maybe pushing mids to the front instead.
I would personally make it go at least 5 steps below "zero-level" with the highs, possibly 10 with 0.5dB steps, that would sound reasonable, 10 down, 22 up (it's not like you will need much more than 11dB treble boost)