Equalizing headphones, with binaural microphones? 2017-01-11 02:41:18 About 3 weeks ago I started experimenting with binaural microphones that are placed at the ear canal. Of course, these are meant to create binaural recordings to play back on headphones, however I found a second use for them. I posted what I did here: http://www.head-fi.org/t/829549/equalizing-headphones-to-your-ears-with-in-ear-binaural-microphonesEssentially, I took measurements of my headphones in order to get their frequency response using Room EQ Wizard. Then, I equalized their response to match a typical speaker target curve. So, my question, is my little experiment here an effective way of EQing properly? The frequency response the microphones are picking up are right at the entrance of the ear canal, and I know many measurement dummy heads have microphones inside of the ear canal where the eardrum would be. What I'm hearing sounds pretty good with the headphones I have, but I would like feedback anyway.