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Postby softspeaker » 19 Sep 2011, 12:08

Audiolense 4.2 is here with the same incredible frequency correction as before. This alone is enough to improve the sound quality in the finest audio systems.

We are confident that Audiolense is at the forefront of audio correction. The verdict from those who have moved from competing solutions have been positive - and the verdict from those who didn't have prior experience with advanced sound correction have been overwhelming since the early days. That includes Audiolense XO - our high end offering with True Time Domain correction as well as our entry level offerings Audiolense 2.0 and Audiolense Surround - that both utilizes a very good frequency correction.

Audiolense has been a pioneer in combining frequency correction with time domain correction since it was launched in 2007, and time domain correction has been a central part of our high end offering - Audiolense XO ever since. Most solution providers offer frequency correction only, perhaps with a delay function / phase rotation function to get different speakers and drivers roughly in sync. Some say that they do time domain correction, or at least they do nothing to clear up the misconception, while it is clear to the trained eye that the filters only do frequency correction.

Getting the frequency response right is the most significant upside of using digital sound correction, but Audiolense nevertheless belongs to a small and exclusive group of solutions that do time domain correction. We're proud to say that Audiolense XO users typically enjoy more time domain correction than users of other solutions. The scope of the time domain correction can be chosen by the user, and they tend to prefer a lot more of it than the "norm". And they seem to enjoy it more too. The feedback we have received from users of the Audiolense XO with True Time Domain correction is simply more positive and more far reaching than we have seen anywhere else.

But we are not at the end of the road yet. There is still room for improvement in the Audiolense True Time Domain correction, and Audiolense 4.2 is the next step up in the sound quality ladder.

"Hearing is believing" is more true in audio than anywhere else. If you have a decent measurement microphone and a PC hooked up to your hifi system you can create as many 90 seconds of corrected music with the Audiolense demo as you wish (more below about the demo) So you don't need to take our word for it. You can have a listen and make your own judgment.


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