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• Designed for loudspeakers and headphones
• Seamless real-time switching between filters
• Autogain level matching  with manual gain adjustment
• Import Acourate, Audiolense, Focus Fidelity, REW filters
• Supports stereo 32-bit float wav FIR filters in a zip file
• Automatic filter switching  based on host  sample rate
• 6 Filterbanks x presets = dozens of FIR filters
• System-wide and app specific convolution capabilities
• Zero latency, uniform partition convolution engine
• Standalone application mode and VST3/AU plugin mode
Music lovers: a highly refined listening experience! Music geeks: A/B compare eq filters in real-time!
Key Features
ACCURATE SOUND
Hear music the way artists intended
Restore studio quality sound in your room using our online Digital Room Correction Calibration Service
Understanding the bass quality issue
Every room suffers from what is called “room modes.”
This affects the evenness of the sound of the bass.
Some bass notes disappear while other notes sound too loud. The reality is that your room is in control of bass frequencies not your loudspeakers.

As
noted acoustician Floyd Toole says, “In the investigation of many rooms over the years, I would estimate that something like 80% have serious bass coloration.”
Further, Floyd’s research shows that bass subjectively accounts for 30% of how we judge speakers sound quality.

See our articles for a deep dive on:

What is Accurate Sound?

Understanding Digital Room Correction for Audiophiles
Why our calibration service is unique
Our Digital Room Correction (DRC) calibration service is unique as we use the physical dimensions of your room to calculate the optimum DRC filter.

Our science based approach is to fully correct the bass frequencies, reducing the amount of correction through the diffusion zone, and only correct the direct sound after the diffusion zone. The result is even and clear bass response without changing the characteristics of your loudspeakers.

Additionally, the 3D image is enhanced as the loudspeakers and room response are identical in both frequency and time domain. This also perfects the stereo phantom center image.

What does “accurate sound” sound like?
Studio quality sound in 6 easy steps
1.Measure your loudspeakers in your room
2.Send us your measurement file and room dimensions
3.We design the best FIR DRC filter possible
4.Load the FIR correction filter into your music player
5.We fine tune the tonal response to your preference
6.Hear music the way artists intended
LEARN MORE
Master class on Digital Room Correction
Masterclass Video
Music lovers: a highly refined listening experience! Music geeks: A/B compare eq filters in real-time!
LEARN MORE
Key Features
Windows 64-bit
DOWNLOAD
macOS 64-bit
DOWNLOAD
Requires a license key for activation
Operations Guide
DOWNLOAD
USD $129.00


Single user perpetual license with 6 activations
14 day money back guarantee
License key is visible after purchase and emailed to you
• Designed for loudspeakers and headphones
• Seamless real-time switching between filters
• Autogain level matching  with manual gain adjustment
• Import Acourate, Audiolense, Focus Fidelity, REW filters
• Supports stereo 32-bit float wav FIR filters in a zip file
• Automatic filter switching  based on host  sample rate
• 6 Filterbanks x presets = dozens of FIR filters
• System-wide and app specific convolution capabilities
• Zero latency, uniform partition convolution engine
• Standalone application mode and VST3/AU plugin mode
LEARN MORE
ACCURATE SOUND
Restore studio quality sound in your room using our online Digital Room Correction Calibration Service
Hear music the way artists intended
Understanding the bass quality issue
Every room suffers from what is called “room modes.”
This affects the evenness of the sound of the bass.
Some bass notes disappear while other notes sound too loud. The reality is that your room is in control of bass frequencies not your loudspeakers.

As
noted acoustician Floyd Toole says, “In the investigation of many rooms over the years, I would estimate that something like 80% have serious bass coloration.”
Further, Floyd’s research shows that bass subjectively accounts for 30% of how we judge speakers sound quality.

See our articles for a deep dive on:
What is Accurate Sound?
Understanding Digital Room Correction for Audiophiles
Why our calibration service is unique
Our Digital Room Correction (DRC) calibration service is unique as we use the physical dimensions of your room to calculate the optimum DRC filter.

Our science based approach is to fully correct the bass frequencies, reducing the amount of correction through the diffusion zone, and only correct the direct sound after the diffusion zone. The result is even and clear bass response without changing the characteristics of your loudspeakers.

Additionally, the 3D image is enhanced as the loudspeakers and room response are identical in both frequency and time domain. This also perfects the stereo phantom center image.

What does “accurate sound” sound like?
Studio quality sound in 6 easy steps
1.Measure your loudspeakers in your room
2.Send us your measurement file and room dimensions
3.We design the best FIR DRC filter possible
4.Load the FIR correction filter into your music player
5.We fine tune the tonal response to your preference
6.Hear music the way artists intended
LEARN MORE
Master class on Digital Room Correction
Music lovers: a highly refined listening experience! Music geeks: A/B compare eq filters in real-time!
Operations Guide
DOWNLOAD
USD $129.00


Single user perpetual license with 6 activations
14 day money back guarantee
License key is visible after purchase and emailed to you
Windows 64-bit
DOWNLOAD
macOS 64-bit
DOWNLOAD
Requires a license key for activation
Key Features
• Designed for loudspeakers and headphones
• Seamless real-time switching between filters
• Autogain level matching  with manual gain adjustment
• Import Acourate, Audiolense, Focus Fidelity, REW filters
• Supports stereo 32-bit float wav FIR filters in a zip file
• Automatic filter switching  based on host  sample rate
• 6 Filterbanks x presets = dozens of FIR filters
• System-wide and app specific convolution capabilities
• Zero latency, uniform partition convolution engine
• Standalone application mode and VST3/AU plugin mode
LEARN MORE
ACCURATE SOUND
Hear music the way artists intended
Restore studio quality sound in your room using our online Digital Room Correction Calibration Service
Studio quality sound in 6 easy steps
1.Measure your loudspeakers in your room
2.Send us your measurement file and room dimensions
3.We design the best FIR DRC filter possible
4.Load the FIR correction filter into your music player
5.We fine tune the tonal response to your preference
6.Hear music the way artists intended
Why our calibration service is unique
Our Digital Room Correction (DRC) calibration service is unique as we use the physical dimensions of your room to calculate the optimum DRC filter.

Our science based approach is to fully correct the bass frequencies, reducing the amount of correction through the diffusion zone, and only correct the direct sound after the diffusion zone. The result is even and clear bass response without changing the characteristics of your loudspeakers.

Additionally, the 3D image is enhanced as the loudspeakers and room response are identical in both frequency and time domain. This also perfects the stereo phantom center image.

What does “accurate sound” sound like?
Understanding the bass quality issue
Every room suffers from what is called “room modes.”
This affects the evenness of the sound of the bass.
Some bass notes disappear while other notes sound too loud. The reality is that your room is in control of bass frequencies not your loudspeakers.

As
noted acoustician Floyd Toole says, “In the investigation of many rooms over the years, I would estimate that something like 80% have serious bass coloration.”
Further, Floyd’s research shows that bass subjectively accounts for 30% of how we judge speakers sound quality.

See our articles for a deep dive on:
What is Accurate Sound?
Understanding Digital Room Correction for Audiophiles
LEARN MORE
Master class on Digital Room Correction
Masterclass Video