Acoustic quality of spaces of all sizes depends on methods that can instantly and precisely compare the sound of different seats and spaces. Complex systems using many loudspeakers have been developed that hopefully achieve this goal. Binaural technology offers a simpler solution. The sound pressure at a listener’s eardrums can be measured with probe microphones, and reproduced with headphones or speakers calibrated at the eardrums. When carefully done the scene is precisely reproduced. But due to the variability of ear canal resonances such recordings and playbacks are highly individual. In this paper we present methods that are non-individual. Our recordings are equalized to be essentially frequency linear to sound sources in front, giving the recording head the frontal frequency response of studio microphones. The recordings are played back either through headphones equalized at the eardrum to match the response of a frontal source, or played back with a simple, non-individual crosstalk cancelling system. Widows apps for both methods are available from the author upon request. We equalize headphones at an individual’s eardrums using equal loudness measurements, and generate crosstalk cancellation with a non-individual algorithm in the time domain.