#1
ok pit,
when you're listening to music
what EQ setting do you have it on?
on WMP, i currently have it set to rock
but its not brilliant
any body know of any good custom songs
im listening to Evanescence, aiden and metallica, so i need decent bass
#3
I puts it on powerful.....mids is scooped outs
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#6
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Flat, they were already EQ'd when they were mixed/mastered


that, my friend, is a decent point
although i always like to try and EQ it a little bit to suit my speakers.
#9
Quote by time_for_food
Flat, they were already EQ'd when they were mixed/mastered

Yeah, but it depends on your listening style too... Like maybe you like more bass, or whatever...
#11
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then your speakers must suck rather badly


not really, i got a 5.1 surround system, with a fairly epic woofer tbh

i just occasionally have to turn the bass down cos it rattles CD cases and such

i normally have it fairly bassy, with a bit of treble boost for voice
#12
I really like the 'RnB' setting on iPods. It actually suits rock music better than the 'Rock' preset, gives a decent bass boost without getting too boomy and keeps the trebles in proportion.
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#13
i always set my EQ to its Acoustic setting, the rock settings are always muffled and crapped out. acoustic gives a nice bass boost, but with better mids and highs than the Bass Booster options.
#14
I used to scoop the mids, but now I use the default. As time_for_food said, that's the way they are meant to be heard.
#15
My mp3 player has a 6-band EQ so I set it to my own preferences.

Lots of bass and mids with low treble, basically.
#16
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My mp3 player has a 6-band EQ so I set it to my own preferences.

Lots of bass and mids with low treble, basically.


+1 for me
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#18
I use the "Acoustic" setting on iTunes to listen to similar music to what you are. I think that it sounds pretty good for most things. The mids are scooped out a bit and the bass and treble is at a good proportion IMO.
#19
Quote by time_for_food
Flat, they were already EQ'd when they were mixed/mastered



A very good point my friend....


I had it on rock til about 30 seconds ago.. I shall try it without the EQ for a while
#20
my laptops sound card has its own EQ and it sounds best on powerful with a room enviornment setting and for itunes i usually use hip hop setting sounds the best to me
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#22
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I use the Bass Booster.

bass booster is horrible if you've got a good setup
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#23
Flat.

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