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Juice Hifi Audiolense XO v6.21 x64 x86-BTCR screenshot
BTCR | 17 March 2023 | 45/43 MB
Welcome to Juice Hifi and Audiolense. Audiolense is a state of the art solution for digital crossovers, frequency correction and true time domain correction.

The frequency correction is included in all version. This alone is enough to improve the sound quality in the finest audio systems. Our 2.0 offering is in our opinion one of the best bargains in high end hi-fi.

The surround version provides frequency correction for all speakers in a surround setup, proper time alignment and a sophisticated crossover solution for seamless bass management.

Our high end offering – the Audiolense XO – comes with True Time Domain (TTD). The TTD correction fully synchronizes the first arrival for all frequencies and all speakers involved. Audiolense XO also comes with a very sophisticated and configurable crossover solution that covers all bases.

You need a Windows PC and a microphone hooked up to your system to measure your speakers and generate correction / crossover filters, and you either need a PC (not necessarily with Windows) or OpenDRC in your playback chain to use the filters. Other hardware solutions with capability to process FIR filters may also be compatible. Ask us if you’re in doubt.

The measurement in Audiolense ia performed using the Asio API from Steinberg or one of the Windows API’s from Microsoft.

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thanks a lot for this share, very good
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If someone with more knowledge than me could answer, would using this mean any improvement if I already have Reference 4 set up?
  Resident 14.11.2013 315
In theory a system with time correction over all frequencies would be superior to something that does just levels like sonarworks reference.
So this thing is similar to genelecs GLM system.
But keep in mind that there is a price tag on everything.
To equalize the time of flight of different frequencies you need to have minimum phase filters and the trick is to avoid pre-ringing and high latencies.
Now one could say 'hey, all this does is spit out an impulse, so no filters, eh?'
Uhm.. no.. This software does exactly what genelecs glm would do - listen to the speaker, apply filters and delays until it thinks it sounds best. Instead of saving this to the dsp in the monitor, that virtual circuit is now used to capture an impulse response. That impulse response can then be loaded to whatever software wou would want to use. Something that is an vst plugin in your monitor section or even your favorite mp3 player.
I mean if you're good at the measurement mike and invest like half a day, you might find out if it's worth ist, but if you're happy as things are, I wouldn't bother.
(//edit// but still I wanna encourage you, doing stuff like that teaches a lot about acustics and sound in general.)

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