As discussed last night, if you were having trouble with sibilance from my last EQ, try this. I was hearing too much high frequency air in John Williams' violins in Star Wars, I was hearing cymbals in rock music being too loud, and I was hearing sibilance from male voices where I normally would not.
Overall, when switching this EQ on, the improvements over stock are dramatic.
Filter 1: ON PK Fc 20 Hz Gain 2.4 dB Q 2.200
Filter 2: ON PK Fc 80 Hz Gain -3.6 dB Q 0.800
Filter 3: ON PK Fc 100 Hz Gain -1.0 dB Q 2.000
Filter 4: ON PK Fc 175 Hz Gain 1.8 dB Q 1.800
Filter 5: OFF PK Fc 1100 Hz Gain -0.6 dB Q 2.000
Filter 6: ON PK Fc 2750 Hz Gain -3.2 dB Q 1.000
Filter 7: ON PK Fc 5000 Hz Gain -5.5 dB Q 2.000
Filter 8: ON PK Fc 7500 Hz Gain -4.2 dB Q 5.000
There is now 1 inactive filter at 1100 Hz. I don't think it is needed anymore, but I'll leave it for now. So in all, the 1100-2750 region gets a little boost, and the region above that gets a cut. Because that's where the problem is!
Truthear x crinacle Zero Filters EX7
are the basic filters. Can be imported into EAPO.
Truthear x crinacle Zero EX7
is for Wavelet.
EX stood for experimental...but it's now mature.
The graph tells the story.
No claims are being made as to "perfection" for anyone but myself. But by fixing the flaws, it should be closer for most.
Note: I am still having trouble getting this to sound the same on the PC. In EAPO, I need to increase the bass filters quite a bit, around +1 on both the 20 Hz and 80 Hz filters. Any idea why?