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clappboard 06-27-2012 12:38 PM

JetEffect 3.0 Sound Settings
 
Hey guys,
I've done up a Google docs web form that will help organize JetEffect and BBE+ settings into a (fairly) readable spreadsheet. All you have to do is follow the link and fill out the form, then check in on the spreadsheet. This thread was originally started on 2012.06.24 on iAudiophile.net, but I wanted to get the maximum input, so I decided to spread it around a little bit more.

Form: JetEffect 3.0 Settings (new post)
Spreadsheet: JetEffect 3.0 Settings (spreadsheet)

User Reviews:
Form: JetEffect 3.0 Settings (post user review)
Spreadsheet: JetEffect 3.0 Settings (user reviews)

For discussion of the EQ settings, post comments here and refer/link back to the spreadsheet, or post a user review via the link above. If we all give our input we should have a comprehensive list of a ton of different EQ settings. I hope everyone chips in!

If you have feedback, you can submit it here.

I hope you all enjoy!

dfkt 06-27-2012 01:22 PM

I think the headphones used and the listening level (equal loudness contour, which changes at different volume levels) are very important factors, much more than eg. music style.

clappboard 06-27-2012 01:26 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by dfkt (Post 615058)
I think the headphones used and the listening level (equal loudness contour, which changes at different volume levels) are very important factors, much more than eg. music style.

I agree with you completely, but I also find that genre has a lot to do with your choice of EQ. For example I see a lot more hardcore/metalcore listeners using a more bass-heavy balance with low mids and high trebles.

Marvin the Martian 06-27-2012 02:48 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by dfkt (Post 615058)
I think the headphones used and the listening level (equal loudness contour, which changes at different volume levels) are very important factors, much more than eg. music style.

And one can't forget the fact that everyone's ears hear differently, as well. These EQ-sharing threads are rather silly because of this.

glumetu 07-09-2012 11:58 AM

well they do provide some interesting starting points, especially for n00bs like me, so... THANKS!!


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