In my case I have different DSP presets: one for HD800 headphones attached to dragonflyred, another to the same dragonflyred when it is connected to my AMP+BWmatrix speakers. In each case I use a different DSP preset.
I think that, may be, could be usefull to have the name of the actual DSP Preset been shown in the DSP window (see image attached) in order to visually know wich preset is in action in each moment.
Yes, agree. I keep setting a DSP profile for headphone listening with crossed but then forgetting that it is set when using the same zone endpoint for driving speakers. Adding the DSP profile name under the zone, tagging the volume icon - I’ll take anything that clearly shows if a DSP profile is set.
You can currently achieve this by adding the Audeze presets, choosing a pair of headphones you’d like (), then disabling the preset. You’ll still have the headphones icon but no change to your signal path. Save that and you’ll know which profile you’re on from the icon. Who knows, maybe one day I’ll even have my own set of LCD-3
Of course, this is a bit of a ‘hack’ and in no way detracts from the utility of the OP’s feature request.