Hey dude. been a long time. So I popped back onto the forum today to see you posted about a Galaxy S. And as that's the phone I'm looking to get, I'm curious: Why do you want the *unlocked* Galaxy S, since Samsung released it for all the major cell-phone carriers. (why pay an extra 300 dollars if you don't have to).
EQ From FLACvest:
Wide 80 HZ @10. Wide 220 Hz @ 2. Normal 780 HZ @4. Normal 4.1 KHZ @ 6. 13 KHZ Narrow @ 12.
BBE+ From FLACvest:
BBE @ 10, Mach3Bass @ 3, 3DSurround @ 4, MPEnhance @ ON
SE From FLACvest:
Stereo Enhance @ 2, Reverb @ 1
These were cultivated listening mostly to the Viva, Viva2, and X-Bass Presets as well as my iriver H140 Graphic Equalizer presets, my old O2 Presets, and common sense for those new effects. Enjoy Buddy!
Burning in headphones basically means playing music through them for a specified number of HOURS. Yes, Hours. There's a few change points I noticed with the log on my Victor HP-FX500's.
I listened to them initially and they WERE a tad harsh through the treble range. We all know Dynamic Driver Diaphragms improve with time, so playing MORE MUSIC through them is the Ticket!
Here are the Magic Audtion Points from my experience: And these are related mostly to overall treble tone rendition...
* 80 Hrs
* 100+ Hrs = OK
* 150+ Hrs = Adequate
* 300+ Hrs = Listenable for Daily Use
* 500 Hrs = Mature
* 500+ Hrs = Still mellow, wondering if there will ever be any drastic changes. Wiish I had logged up to the 2000 Hour mark. Being an audio nerd and all.
Bass throughout those points did sweeten up, but I didn't pay as much attention to that as I did instrument seperation, overall musicality and "tone" and fine-ness of attenuation in detail and bass layering in comparison to the treble "taming"...