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For Music Quality Lovers i give a suggestion that use this settings for Poweramp.

EQ-YES

Tone-YES

Limit-No

BASS- 0.0 Decibel

Treble- Full 15.0db

And use DVC.

Use Hi-Resolution @aux

Sample rate- 384khz@24bit/32bit

 

Then see dynamic range and Quality i hope you all will impressed...

 

And Listen then Come back and response me how was music quality.

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3 hours ago, Tapori Gaming said:

For Music Quality Lovers i give a suggestion that use this settings for Poweramp.

EQ-YES

Tone-YES

Limit-No

BASS- 0.0 Decibel

Treble- Full 15.0db

And use DVC.

Use Hi-Resolution @aux

Sample rate- 384khz@24bit/32bit

 

Then see dynamic range and Quality i hope you all will impressed...

 

And Listen then Come back and response me how was music quality.

 

All EQ bands are set to flat, so simplest way is to just set EQ off.

DVC, Hi-Res, and Sample rate are all device specific. So these will all change for users based on what they are using.

The only setting that has really changed is the Treble at +15dB. This is not a dynamic range improvement, in fact it reduces the range based on such a dramatic boost in the upper frequency bands. Certainly not a recommendation I would make for an audiophile.

But to each their own, that is the best philosophy when it comes to enjoying music. 

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On 9/23/2022 at 3:55 AM, MotleyG said:

All EQ bands are set to flat, so simplest way is to just set EQ off.

DVC, Hi-Res, and Sample rate are all device specific. So these will all change for users based on what they are using.

The only setting that has really changed is the Treble at +15dB. This is not a dynamic range improvement, in fact it reduces the range based on such a dramatic boost in the upper frequency bands. Certainly not a recommendation I would make for an audiophile.

But to each their own, that is the best philosophy when it comes to enjoying music. 

do not think you the most brilliant @ParleG

go and do this settings then listen music.

then come back here.

EQ= On/Off as you like 

Limiter= Off

Tone=On

Then Use Tone's Treble to 15db with DVC volume provider.

there will no distortion in aux/wired

if you are using a quad driver earphones it will not work better but if you are using cheap eaephones them it will work in best way.

and note- it is not for BT.

nuts always nuts @ParleG

 

Best working for Amplifiers of DJ Setup and (n)mm drivers. 

8-12mm Dynamic Drivers and For Headphones also.

 

For Tweeter it work best on my DJ setup.

I use this setting on my DJ Setup.

because as professional knows that big speakers like 15"/12" Duo in single Cabinet not works better, in big speakers there is only Mid with poor sound so this settings boost the quality of music in big speakers.

 

i use a Nx Audio(Proton)3000watt Amplifier on my

gives 1000-watt RMS on Single Zone on (n)Ohms

TOPs(Speakers)

 

and in my Tops there are 2 Speakers 450watts per top and i use 2 tops on my Amplifier based on 8ohms,there is a 750highs(100w) peak power max 90w.

 

 

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If you feel the need to wind just the Treble Dial up to +15dB, without using the more subtle adjustments available from the multi-band EQ controls, there is probably something seriously wrong with your speakers, headset, or ears.

However, each to their own; some people crank the bass up to the max just because they like the booming sound.

Andre

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5 minutes ago, andrewilley said:

If you feel the need to wind just the Treble Dial up to +15dB, without using the more subtle adjustments available from the multi-band EQ controls, there is probably something seriously wrong with your speakers, headset, or ears.

However, each to their own; some people crank the bass up to the max just because they like the booming sound.

Andre

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19 minutes ago, andrewilley said:

If you feel the need to wind just the Treble Dial up to +15dB, without using the more subtle adjustments available from the multi-band EQ controls, there is probably something seriously wrong with your speakers, headset, or ears.

However, each to their own; some people crank the bass up to the max just because they like the booming sound.

Andre

i am not saying for bass ........

there is dvc and limiter and those works well with anti distortion,

if you have earphones then try it.

first try after give response.

without see and listen it is not responsible.

 

 

go and enable

Direct Volume Cnt.

and enable hi-res =384 or xyz (n)khz

sample rate = (n)16/24(n) bit

tone_treble = 15db

bass= 0db

 

if you want to feel best bass then

Down volume level to 45-50%

Bass= 12.5db(Upto non reaching at distortion)

 

if you will level up of volume then distortion will applied/started.

you will feel all the difference between normal vs these settings.

Thanks.

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