System Audio debuts iPhone room correction app

posted on Wednesday, 30th September 2020 by Steve May

Loudspeakers  Hi-fi  Acoustics 

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A free room correction app for System Audio’s WiSA enabled Silverback active speakers means integrators can quickly optimise performance to match individual rooms, without recourse to additional hardware.

The app can be used to room correct for furniture, floors and walls. Until now the challenge of correcting room acoustics has been difficult and expensive to achieve, says System Audio distributor Karma AV, but advances in digital technology are making it possible to compensate for the room by changing the response of the speakers from an iPhone application.

System Audio’s free-of-charge ‘Room Service’ app for iPhone 6S and up, offers owners of SA Silverback systems the ability to correct for their room’s frequency response and capture high frequency data, in order to calculate a smooth alignment of low and high frequency output within the room.

No cloud connection or PC is involved and only one measurement is necessary. The app saves the measurement to System Audio’s Stereo Hub wireless controller, which then automatically adjusts the output from all connected sources.

When used together, System Audio’s Room Service app and Stereo Hub will allow owners of SA Silverback wireless speaker systems the dual convenience of content control over multiple streaming services combined with the opportunity to optimise room acoustics from the same smartphone, says the distributor.

Although currently only available to iPhone users, an Android version is planned. System Audio’s Room Service app can be downloaded here.

Steve May

Inside CI Editor Steve May is a freelance technology specialist who also writes for T3TechRadarHome Cinema Choice, Trusted Reviews and The Luxe Review.

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