Originally Posted by GMcDougal
So I found this about my headphones:
Minimum Frequency Response: 15 Hz
Maximum Frequency Response: 25 kHz
Everything outside of these ranges should be 0?
No those values are the frequency range your cans can reproduce.
Now keep in mind that not everyone wants a neutral or flat response with their headphones. But if your one of those who do then you'll have to find the frequency response across the spectrum for your cans and compensate that way.
For example if you see the eq tab in your z panel, those frequencies are what you'll need to find for your headphones. Maybe look for reviews of them and see if anyone has them or if the manufacturer has posted them.
But everyone is supposed to play with their settings because its all subjective and preferential. You may find something you like other than neutral.
My advice but take this with a grain of salt because you may not like it. But for competitive fps games run a little more highs and mids than bass to help with footsteps and accuracy. For racing try upping the 60 hz to 250 hz range to bring out the engine roar but not so much as to distort or drown out background music or other ambient sounds.Edited by djinferno806 - 11/17/13 at 4:40pm