Fuze bass output (with equalizer) vs Sony players?
I often need my mp3 player to have strong (but not distorted) bass output, because I often listen to music while cycling. I use noise isolating IEM's, which isolate well the higher frequencies, but the lower frequency noise of wind and traffic can still be somewhat heard and interferes slightly with the bass sounds.
So what I want to know is: can the Fuze bass be tuned stronger with the equalizer to mach the Sony A-series/S-series bass reproduction (with clear bass), so that the bass is stronger without messing it up? I'm asking, because I have this Sony A-series s706, which has just about perfect amount of bass with +1 clear bass setting (with Shure SE210's). How well can the sound output of the Fuze handle upping the bass?
A flat sound spectrum (which the Fuze is reported to have) is usually pretty ok while listening indoors (depending on music type and source file, of course), but not when outside where it needs a little boost on the bass.