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Post by SuperEuroJimmy » 21 Sep 2016, 14:22

I don't collect vinyl because it's pretty hard to get nowadays. And new stuff mostly only gets released digitally or maybe on CD. ;P

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Post by KoolKool » 24 Sep 2016, 09:16

you can hear all good sounds even with just 5 dollar headphone
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Post by Lebon14 » 24 Sep 2016, 20:07

KoolKool wrote:you can hear all good sounds even with just 5 dollar headphone
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Post by KoolKool » 25 Sep 2016, 04:28

that's funny! but it's simply a experience! :P
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Post by KiraTM » 25 Sep 2016, 09:00

I'm currently listening music on a 5.1 sound system by Logitech (don't know the exact name). But it's a dream for my ears.

However, to stay at the actual topic: I used to use the Dance equalizer from iTunes and slightly turned up the bass. That was a few years ago. But I stopped using it because I also had non-electronic music which didn't sound good with it. Nowadays I don't use one anymore.
I didn't know the equalizer is for "repairing" music, I thought it was to adjust certain frequencies for personal preferences as you can do with contrast or colors on monitors...

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Post by KoolKool » 25 Sep 2016, 11:23

don't use any 3rd equalizer
because headphone,speaker themself have inbuilt-equalizer,each product was designed with specific frequency modifying...example..... i see most gaming headphone boost low end frequency

use equalizer on mp3 is a disater, so a no!
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Post by drnrg » 26 Sep 2016, 03:40

KiraTM wrote:I'm currently listening music on a 5.1 sound system by Logitech (don't know the exact name). But it's a dream for my ears.

However, to stay at the actual topic: I used to use the Dance equalizer from iTunes and slightly turned up the bass. That was a few years ago. But I stopped using it because I also had non-electronic music which didn't sound good with it. Nowadays I don't use one anymore.
I didn't know the equalizer is for "repairing" music, I thought it was to adjust certain frequencies for personal preferences as you can do with contrast or colors on monitors...
That could be true for some people who just prefer their music with more treble or with more bass.

If we were dealing with a different format; like vinyl, for instance, then all this conversation goes out the window. Especially with Eurobeat vinyl. Some early records from Time sounded way more clearer than the later vinyls with 3 songs on each side. Same goes for DELTA and HRG. I was never a fan of those compressed later vinyls, because the sound suffered, just because they wanted to stick in more songs per record. Here bass and most certainly treble equalizing came into play.

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