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Individual hearing abilities don't really factor into the discussion beyond preferences for certain equipment or room designs. Outside of building a better listening space (eg. control room) and tweaking one's monitors with corrective processing for the listening position, there really isn't a whole lot one can do to optimize sound reproduction. There's also ...


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This may be down to personal preference, but I keep my studio monitors flat - even though I have about 3dB [subjective] hearing loss above about 6kHz in one ear. It was caused by illness, not by sitting too close to front of house for decades. I compensate by turning my head periodically if I need more detail, rather than upsetting the sound of the room [for ...


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