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Old 6th March 2002, 16:17   #4
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I agree for the most part with watadoo. Keep in mind that room accoustics and speaker placement also play a major roll in your eq settings (what might sound good in the car will sound awful in the house).

The best suggestions I have had is to determine what frequency sounds annoying, and drop that one out a bit. Personally, I like a lot of bass (maybe cause I play one) so I usually pump up the bottom end a bit. Keep playing with it untill it sounds good to you.
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