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Originally Posted by Soulburner View Post
You can't really make that call by looking at graphs. Dynamic EQ is meant to maintain balance of sound (not on a chart, but how human hearing works) at lower volumes. That means to keep things sounding the same at low volume as they did at calibrated volume levels, a bass and treble boost is needed. I'm of the opinion that it does a good job at its primary mission.
At my home and on my equipment dynEQ OFF sounds better than it ON to my ears at least...i know the + and - of it but i am more keen on keeping it off as i really dislike the boost (especially of surrounds)...but if i would have to listen at -25 below reference then i think it would make sense...to each his own i guess

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