Originally Posted by aksthem1
The thing about audio it's all about your personal preference and your liking. Once you start heading into audio a lot more you realize the best setup doesn't need any major tuning. Definitely not in the equalizer either since most will run it flat. The way it was meant to be listened. This is just for music though.
I can't listen to anything flat because it sounds
flat; it sounds like it's being slightly muffled by a pillow.
With my setup (Altec Lansing VS4121s), I use these graphic EQ settings:
When I'm using Audio Creation Mode, I use this EQ setting in WMP:
At all times except for when using WMP, I keep my speaker's Treble knob at 50%, and the Bass at what looks like could be 10 or 15% (I'm comparing it to the software Treble and Bass knobs in the Entertainment Mode.
While in Game Mode, I manually adjust the bass and treble in Windows 7 to match what it is in Entertainment Mode.
Now if I had a system like yours, then I know I wouldn't need these EQ settings. At least, they'd be much less aggressive. Although, the Altec Lansing VS4121's are all I can afford.Edited by TwoCables - 4/7/11 at 7:13pm