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How To Create And Save WMP Custom EQ Curves
Download the attached .txt file and simply delete hex data until you have only one hex number per column, then copy\paste this remaining "Level#"=hex: data using the below (.reg) registry file example as a guide, finally saving the .txt file as a .reg file.
You then simply Merge the .reg file while WMP is closed and the next time you open WMP up the merged EQ Curve will be set.
This method allows you to create an EQ Curve using visual a representation which i'm sure will appeal to some people.
Be all this as it may, should the above appear too much effort you could use an alternative method i devised a while back which is both easier and quicker by navigating to the following link.
How To Save Custom Windows Media Player Graphic EQ Settings
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
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