We are glad to announce that over 270 new EQ correction profiles have been added to Waves Nx headphone mixing plugins, covering every major headphone model by AKG, Audio-Technica, Beyerdynamic, Sennheiser, Sony, Focal, Audeze, and dozens more brands.
Very timely update, as I was demoing the NX plugins and was missing headphones in the old list.
Etymotic E4SR is very good. Fixes Etymotic’s insane approach to tuning.
Similarly, Sony WH-1000XM3 is equally good. Fixes Sony’s equal (and opposite) insanity on these headphones.
However, something seems to have gone very wrong with the Sennheiser HD580 EQ. It makes it sound much worse than without–like mud. There should be very little difference between it and the HD600 (identical drivers and design, just improved materials and matched parts in HD600), but they’re night and day in the EQ.
Any chance of a target selection to swich between Harman / flat?
Still missing my KRK KNS-8400’s. Any chance they’ll be added sometime soon?
Please can you add EQ curve for the Ollo S4X?
Currently list has only S4R available.
Would be greatly appreciated.
Sadly it’s still missing the profile for the Beyerdynamic DT 770 pro 80Ohm model.
What does Harman have to do with this??? Can someone please explain!
As I understand, these room simulation plugins are supposed to do two things:
- Application of room response (convolution)
- Cancellation/correction of headphone response (deconvolution)
Like a mapping from A to B.
Where does a third frequency response target come in to this???
I really can’t understand and it seems like a red flag to me.
Would like to see Sennheiser HD 26 pro