Addicted to Fun and Learning
- May 8, 2020
In my search for great transducers to EQ and enjoy music with, I have found some brands better than others in objective measurements such as frequency response, distortion, resonances, etc. I always found Audeze’s transducers to be extremely good to EQ, even when being open-back. Their only downsides to me to me are the weight (I can fix that by using them while laying down on my bed) and the unit variation in their product line. I want to own one since I like how they look and perform (especially their potential after EQ), but since there is so much variability between FR measurements between units, I don’t know if the EQ created for one unit can be reliably used for another unit to approximately EQ them. Other headphones do not vary as much in this regard, so I trust that by using EQ profiles based on measurements of one unit you can get pretty close approximations to your target curve of preference, but with Audeze, I don’t know if to take this as a fact or if there is more to it.