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pindrop2
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re: Custom EQing headphones for your ears
pindrop2   2/2/2013 7:22:50 AM
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Can Android devices or Windows phones have an EQ app for streaming? Definitely keep us posted when iOS can support this capability. I would love to write an app that do that and more.

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rpell2   1/31/2013 8:02:00 PM
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I actually considered this (and another plugin called BruteFIR) at one point, and theoretically it sounds like a great idea. But after looking into it a bit more it seemed that the install on a Linux system was rather involved and not fully supported, and while I have worked on Linux systems in the past I really didn't want to take the chance of messing up my Vortexbox. Even more important, it seemed that my Vortexbox appliance most likely didn't have the required processing power to handle the Inguz processor (2 GHz min needed according to the Inguz documentation). However I just did some further checking (it's been a while since I last researched this) and found at least one claim that it does work. This is something I'll definitely have to check into further. Thanks for the reminder!

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re: Custom EQing headphones for your ears
GregB110   1/31/2013 7:26:56 PM
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Dump the iOS device and get a real one.

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re: Custom EQing headphones for your ears
hpyle   1/31/2013 5:26:29 PM
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You could do the equalization on the server; for example inguzaudio supports per-client EQ filters, processed using a server plugin.



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