DSP Engine: Parametric Equalizer
The Parametric Equalizer is part of the
. For more information on accessing the DSP Engine,
Each DSP Engine configuration comes with a Parametric Equalizer by default. You can configure multiple equalizers if desired using the "Add Filter" button. You can also use the Parametric EQ from inside of the
if you only want to apply it to a subset of the channels.
Using the Parametric Equalizer
This is one of the most beautiful audio-related features in Roon. It's worth playing with once, even if you don't end up using it.
What to do with it?
Find an EQ curve for your favorite headphones
Lots of headphones can benefit from a little bit of EQ . The above screenshot is an EQ curve for Sennheiser HD650s that we found
Turn up the bass and have some fun
Everyone does it once! Give yourself a little bit of extra bass. We won't tell.
Work out a killer house curve
Have some fun learning about digital filters
Roon's parametric EQ supports many of the most commonly discussed filter types. It's a great playground for learning about this stuff and experimenting with their effects on your favorite music.
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