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A 'perfect' iTunes equalizer setting
Authored by: avarame on Sep 02, '04 07:06:30PM

"wuff" is one of the best words ever. Completely accurate, too.

It's ironic that people whose equipment is of high enough quality (price) to properly reproduce the frequencies most wished to be boosted, tend to be those people who have the least desire for SRS WOW or bowled EQ obstructing the clarity of the music they want to listen to.

But, hey, the whole point is to get something that sounds good. If you like the sound of the EQ setting described here, that's a good thing. If you don't like it, you can make your own setting, or even do without EQ. If it sounds good, go with it. That's what counts.

(Disclaimer: I say all of this as a budding audiophile who dropped $300 on headphones and an amplifier last month. :)



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