I don't remember who asked me for this, but I am finally posting this information. I am hoping that folks with EARs interested in using the SBAF headphone compensation will be able to derive it from the HEQ files provided by MiniDSP. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1uUqkpD3EJMzpl8FeJbNOkjApvMKAIL3IP8Y1At_ldng/edit?usp=sharing See related threads: https://www.superbestaudiofriends.org/index.php?threads/calibrating-minidsp-ears-part-2.6880/ https://www.superbestaudiofriends.org/index.php?threads/minidsp-ears-measurement-rig.5377/ Here are the deltas of the custom SBAF FR compensations for my EARS to the MiniDSP provided compensations. They are by no means perfect; but I feel comfortable enough running with them now. A few things to keep in mind: I have no idea if adding back the SPL difference will actually work with your individual EARS. The L and R differentials derived from files provided by MiniDSP were quite a bit different from my L and R and differentials. I am very concerned about this. One issue I had was to get every headphone to look right, to reflect what my ears are telling me, but this seems impossible. Tweak one thing that makes one headphone's measurement look right, and it screws up another headphone's measurement. These compensations are a compromise and balancing act. At the end of the day, it's good enough and it works given the limitations of the EARS which is a budget product. Frequency response plots derived from the SBAF EARS compensations will be very different from other plots. The target for perceptual neutral was intended to be a flat horizontal line straight across the graph. It's very important to keep this in mind. The plots here were derived from multiple measurements of over a half dozen headphones. Because of inconsistencies in the positioning process, I applied weighted averaging of results. Some headphones are more immune to positioning variances. Other less so. Data which I felt was obviously bad was thrown out or re-acquired.