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Parametric EQ filter direct export from autoEQ sites (like squig.link)

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squig.link is a aggregate of earphone measurements. One way you can use it is to tune your earphones to a sound signature closer to another earphones.

Currently, the wavelet export file feature on squig.link works totally fine with Poweramp (but it's graphic EQ settings). After autoEq'ing, the site also offers a Parametric EQ filter txt file, but you can't import it to Poweramp. It's a pretty straightforward affair:the Frequency the type of Filter, Gain, Q value are all in the clear text import file. It's just making it compatible with Poweramp.

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graph.thumb.png.3d6c1af1b836e07a7943bfd4de018c4e.png Baseus M2S Filters.txt

This tunes Baseus Bowie M2S to sound like Tangzu Wan'er

It's basically Parametric EQ settings.

I've updated the initial post for clarification.


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That looks pretty standard AutoEQ, and ought to import fine into PA - unless the two redundant null entries at the end cause any problems anyway.

[Edit: Yes, it imports fine, and the extra entries 9 and 10 are ignored as expected]


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