search is your friend the only working link i found ;
err on the side of kindness
the link is dead in OP, hence why i asked for a mirror...
did find another link for it though:
Mostly you look for measurement data on en.goldenears.net, www.innerfidelity.com or www.headphone.com. For newer measurements on goldenears, you can mostly just invert the frequency response curve they show, while for innerfidelity and headphone.com you would need to reference your headphones against a reference pair of headphones (or some headphones you really like) and adjust the curve to be the difference between the reference and your phones.
Also, I'm having serious trouble trying to EQ my earbuds with the frequency response graph I was handed. All the guides I've seen are showing a graph whose Y-Axis ranges from negative dbs (-30) to positibe dbs (30). My graph is from 60 to 120 db.... No negative dbs at all. So, naturally I'm very clueless on how to use the reafir plugin on audacity and viperstoolbox.
The goal of the EQ may be to add and subtract from your graph until it is closer to a flat line (if the graph is compensated for human hearing, which it may not be), so you could just choose a dB number on the graph that is pretty much the center point around which the graph wiggles up and down, and mentally flip the graph upside down and enter those upside down values into ReaFIR.
Thank you for the response. If I can't get this done maybe I'll just donate and get a request in 😜️.. So just want to make sure I get it right.. So on a graph like this, the center is my 0db reference line?http://imgur.com/gallery/c8CEkUB
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