If you just want free Windows 10 PEQ with good functionality, I would suggest Peace GUI and Equalizer APO. It has pleanty of bands for any of the profiles Amir suggests, even in the simple view. There is lots of information on EQ in this thread.Thank you, any free alternative that looks the same / has the same style of parametric EQ?
I use it. It has been great.Do you think equalizer apo is the best system wide EQ for windows or you would recommend something over it?
I got the HD800S coming in today. If I have to eq the bass, I'll try a Schiit Loki but I'm not very keen on eq. I think at these prices, the headphones just need to sound great without tinkering around. Is that a crazy request.
Looks like there's a 6 to eight week leadtime on the Loki. We'll see. Jason mentioned that he was considering a more upscale Loki which is something I may be interested in. I am hoping that I will be thrilled with the HD800s by itself.I would guess Loki mini+ would work pretty well with its non constant q passive filter at 20Hz and 8kHz. You need a good bump in the HD800s bass. Mine is at 40Hz. Bringing the highs down a bit will also improve things, but you may not need it.
Have you tried it with the hd800s? What do you think?Don't look further, use EQ.
Looks like there's a 6 to eight week leadtime on the Loki. We'll see. Jason mentioned that he was considering a more upscale Loki which is something I may be interested in. I am hoping that I will be thrilled with the HD800s by itself.
Depends if you mean analog in/ analog out, or analog all the way through. If the former, you can get PEQ, which is best, in something like MiniDSP 2X4 or MiniDSP 2X4HD. If you want totally analog, maybe a vintage graphic equalizer, which will have a high noise floor, or perhaps wait for the one Schiit plans to release this year.Do you have any analog eq solutions that would do well?