iTunes Equalizer – the Best iTunes Equalizer settings
In what may be the boldest claim ever to hit iTunes users, what is said to be the best iTunes equalizer settings have surfaced on the internet. Now that is quite a proclamation obviously, but after seeing the bold statement, I gave the suggested settings a try with the iTunes equalizer, played some music, and it sounds really good!
The included image shows the so-called best iTunes Equalizer settings as follows:
“db +3, +6, +9, +7, +6, +5, +7, +9, +11, +8 db”
These are described as “Perfect” by a Flickr user, and since achieving ‘perfect itunes equalizer settings’ is what many people desire for optimal listening pleasure, it is well worth trying yourself. Here is what they look like:
Ah the internet, it’s funny how you find cool stuff without even looking for it. I randomly stumbled across the flickr image and the claim was so outrageous that naturally I tried the settings out for myself. And here came the shock… it actually sounds WAY better!. So this may be a first for me, an outrageous claim on the internet that is actually true… wow. Check it out yourself! OK now I admit, I adjusted mine a little bit to better fit my particular sound setup and speaker system, so here’s what the settings look like on my iTunes equalizer, and I think these sound fantastic:
These settings are: “preamp 0, +3, +6, +9, +7, +6, +5, +7, +9, +11, +8 db”
I highly recommend you try this yourself, you can set them yourself by learning how to access the iTunes equalizer and making the settings your own. Then play some music, see how it sounds, chances are you will like it!
Here are some popular equalizer settings that are really great as well, from our comments:
- Ricarrdo’s great iTunes equalizer settings: +7 -4 0 -3 0 +3 -3 -2 +3 +6 and the pre-amp set to +3
- CaptainJacks equalizer settings: +3, +6, +9, +7, +3, +1.5, +5, +9, +11, +8
- Rocker settings: 0,0,0,7,3,8,5,9,11,8 leave preamp at 0
Do you have better iTunes equalizer settings? Do you have amazing settings and you want to share them with the world? If you do, let us know what your iTunes equalizers are set to in the comments below!