I find the effects to sound quite realistic (especially the live venue) but too strong for use as a replacement crossfeed for regular headphone listening. I think I'll stick with Head-fit-lite for now.
You have to enable and then disable the EQ setup button to get rid of the EQ ui buttons that otherwise lay on top of the crossfeed buttons (only works while playing music).
*; I was replying directly to markanini who linked to the Beyerdynamic virtual studio.
In theory you get a couple deep comb notches with the first one located near 2 kHz, yes, but those gaps are filled with reflections, reverberation and are further reduced by diffraction and so on. That's one of the reasons why stereo doesn't sound right in anechoic environments, but it sounds fine in normal listening rooms.Secondly, the high frequencies where comb filtering occurs are supposed to add in terms of energy and not amplitude. Thirdly, the common part of the signal is significantly lower in level at higher frequencies.Altogether, the "damaging and destructive crosstalk" is only a problem if you want to listen to binaural stuff with loudspeakers, imo, ymmv.