I did save them, then load, so I change them on the fly from apps (desktop or mobile).
I do not remember the gain being populated by default, I did -3 some times -5 just to be safe.
Oh now I get what you say, in the text file there is a preamp gain, I did not have that line but looks like the mirrored maximum gain from the strongest filter.
I think it is shown otherwise the power graph would go above 0.
I’m not that advanced but maybe until better explanations you can play around.
Thanks, I was thinking to complicated.
I thought each headphone had to go into a different channel or they had to show up in the lower section.
Simply press browse in channel 1, than give it a name in upper row and press save. Do this with all head phones and they will also show up in the remote.
Can you please show the structure of a PEQ.txt file?
I would like to use e.g. for my Meze 109 Pro this here, does that fit:
Preamp: -5.4 dB
Filter 1: ON PK Fc 95 Hz Gain -3.1 dB Q 0.50
Filter 2: ON LS Fc 105 Hz Gain 5.5 dB Q 0.71
Filter 3: ON PK Fc 215 Hz Gain -0.7 dB Q 2.00
Filter 4: ON PK Fc 880 Hz Gain -0.9 dB Q 2.00
Filter 5: ON PK Fc 2100 Hz Gain 5.8 dB Q 1.00
Filter 6: ON PK Fc 2850 Hz Gain -2.5 dB Q 4.00
Filter 7: ON PK Fc 3800 Hz Gain -2.0 dB Q 6.00
Filter 8: ON PK Fc 7400 Hz Gain -2.5 dB Q 5.00
Filter 9: ON HS Fc 10000 Hz Gain -3.0 dB Q 0.71