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I just bought the Virtuoso Non SE. After some hours of trying to get the Headset Sound good this is what i got so far.

Im using Wireless Mode with Automatic Audio Repositioning turned off and on Stereo.

Maybe someone can improve that even more? :D:

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I just bought the Virtuoso Non SE. After some hours of trying to get the Headset Sound good this is what i got so far.

Im using Wireless Mode with Automatic Audio Repositioning turned off and on Stereo.

Maybe someone can improve that even more? :D:

 

This might be my favorite setting, thank you!

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As others have asked, does anyone have a good recommendations for FPS & footstep audio EQ settings using the Virtuoso. I've tried several EQ settings and having a hard time detecting footsteps in Warzone!
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I'm using HS60 Pro Surround, and this is my current EQ (With 7.1 enabled), but I would like to improve it to sound more flat. Anyone can help me with it?

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I just bought the Virtuoso Non SE. After some hours of trying to get the Headset Sound good this is what i got so far.

Im using Wireless Mode with Automatic Audio Repositioning turned off and on Stereo.

Maybe someone can improve that even more? :D:

 

I just updated my own Presets. Both are good but i like my 2nd more.

 

Feel free to try it out :biggrin:

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Is it just me or is it a little disappointing that the EQ settings don't have definitive values attached to them and have to rely on sight when copying others' settings? It'd be nice to be able to export the EQ settings for others to use, too. Take the guesswork out of the equation, y'know?

 

Currently using TechPowerUp's EQ settings which I eyeballed and think sounds great.

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So today I purchased a pair of Corsair Virtuoso RGB wireless headphones after going through a number of reviews as I needed a new headset for gaming. Previously, I used and old Razer headset until I bought a pair of Audiotechnica ATH-M50X audiophile headphones and they blew me away with their quality and clarity of sound, especially the lower tones. But I needed a headset with a mic so I go the Virtuoso and when I first set them up, I obviously wanted to check out the sound quality and my god it was terrible...

So I searched for a page with EQ settings and came across this forum.

I tried quite a few of the settings posted on here but they didn't quite hit the right tone (no pun intended) for me. So I played around with the settings for a bit, going back and forth from the ATH-50X to the Virtuoso and tried to get as near the quality and clarity as I could and I found a setting I was pretty happy with which I have attached for your use.

Hope you find it useful :)

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I took a look at the frequency response measurements of the HS80 from rtings.com and made this EQ with reaper VST plugins in APO Equalizer for my HS80.

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The main complaint with the HS80 default sound is the emphasis on 120-300Hz which makes it sound a bit boomy and it overwhelms the sub-bass below 100Hz. Compensating that and adding a slight 3dB boost to the 2-5kHz area clears things up.

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