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itachy11

Equalizer Setting

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Hello everyone,

i was looking for the best sound, i have an S7 edge, jabra rox wireless v2.9 and using alpha v3 704, thank you for your help.

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Please send in your phone, headset, and ears and someone will calibrate PA to match them... :)

Andre

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On 10/2/2017 at 5:35 PM, andrewilley said:

Please send in your phone, headset, and ears and someone will calibrate PA to match them... :)

Andre

Thank you 

My phone is S7 edge exynos SM-G935F

My headset is jabra rox wireless v2.9

And by ears... I really don't understand what you mean, english is not my native languaje.

Thank you again.

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My point was that the "best sound" is a purely personal and subjective matter between your brain and your ears, which is also influenced by the particular hardware that you are using. There is no perfect answer that fits everyone (otherwise why have controls at all, just set it the "perfect" way to start with) and you need to adjust it so it sounds just they way you like it.

If you are aiming for the very best sound, I would suggest using a cabled headset rather than bluetooth though, and high resolution FLAC (or similarly lossless) files.

Andre

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Thank you, now I know what you mean, I want to feel the bass and crisp sound, I hope this description is clear enough. =)

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4 hours ago, itachy11 said:

Thank you, now I know what you mean, I want to feel the bass and crisp sound, I hope this description is clear enough. =)

Then turn the bass sliders up a bit, and perhaps add a bit of mid/high too, until it sounds the way you want it to.

Andre

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