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DSPs should generally be bypassed unless they are to improve acoustic limitations of the room or if you want "interesting" effects. Via headphones they should virtually never be necessary if improving quality is a goal.

EQ's are a different story though, if your headphones/speakers lack certain frequency response, then EQs are what you want to try and get a decent flat reponse curve out of them. The audio processors in some phones are a bit lacking, so EQ's can (at least partially) compensate for that as well.

If you like excessive bass or whatever, then YMMV.

Other DSPs should presumably be ineffectual if the DVC option is enabled in PA. With that option off then you should be able to tweak to your heart's content.

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