How can we improve how we use the AA with headphones? Staying at home due to COVID-19 leads to some challenges with using our "normal" playback systems. No gigs, no practice/studio space, less time when I can crank things up through my Boogie, and perhaps more need to fill out the mix rather than cut through the mix. For me this leads to more time using headphones (HD650's) and the need to tweak presets for headphones. My crude approach is a wetter reverb and adjust eq. I suspect there's some nuance to this that I could learn. Are there any settings for the AA people would recommend adjusting for headhpone use? What are people doing with the AA today to make headphone use easier and better? @Jace Nuzback, any recommendations here? Are there a few small changes AA could make in firmware update to help us out? @Atomic Amps Here are some ideas (some farfetched): A reverb meant to emulate a room. We might not be that far off on this? An easier way to have "headphone only settings" than copy/paste of a preset to customize it for headphone use. This might be a variation of the often asked for "global settings" and "global blocks". Ideally this is a block/setting we can turn on or off in one place that works across more than one preset. Perhaps it's just a way to override or add-on reverb (perhaps eq) no matter what preset is chosen. A new sonic spatializer block meant for headphone usage. Makes the stereo field more immersive and/or applies a custom IR to adjust for your headset? Some hard left and right panning of something different (cabs with much more difference between the channels?) Note: Please don't require use of the headphone out for the above features ... assuming any of them make sense and see the light of day. (I go into a mixer from the standard output.) My goal is to have the best experience for playing the guitar with headphones, not mixing (and perhaps not the usual "fit into the mix").