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So, if you are like me at all, then you love bass, LOVE IT. I have found the best custom EQ for some good ole bass. I have some Bluetooth skullcandy earbuds that have pretty nice bass.
Spoiler: Skullcandy Smokin’ Buds 2 Wireless:

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Check them out here.

This EQ sounds absolutely amazing with acoustic guitars. Songs with bass sound great as well.
Here it is:
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Even the kick drum sounds great with this EQ.
If your music player has DB levels, here are the levels closet to the image.
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32:  +12

64: 0

125: -12

250: -9.6

500: -3.1

1k(1.0): -5.2

2k(2.0): 0

4k(4.0): -4.4

8k(8.0): -0.6

16k(16.0): +2

I also have Apple EarPods:
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and the bass even sounds good on them as well.
I hope you guys like this little "tutorial" and find this EQ very nice.
I would say yes but the 125Hz is where the mid-range bass is, I would put that at 0 or even higher.
Feed Me - Blood Red is an epic test on this.
31Hz | 63Hz | 125Hz and you get all of the mid range bass and lower bass, then a fast downwards curve for the rest of the EQ

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I usually recommend default settings though as that's how the creator of the song made it. (usually)

EDIT:
I use these http://v-moda.com/crossfade-m-100/
(10-24-2017, 04:09 PM)ProfessorChill Wrote: [ -> ]I usually recommend default settings though as that's how the creator of the song made it. (usually)

I agree with this, although I just love the bass. Smile
I love music and I have a pretty decent speaker installation. I never really took the effort to setup a good equalizer. Will check these settings out, thanks!