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SRS Audio Sandbox™ restores depth and clarity to all your audio content, delivering immersive surround sound, crystal clear dialog and rich bass from music, video, games and more. Finally, audio the way the artist intended it to sound: organic, immersive and uncompromised. Hearing is Believing!
SRS Audio Sandbox is the ultimate audio enhancement software for the PC. Experience amazing sound tailored to any PC speaker configuration - headphones, stereo speakers, or surround speakers, all with the click of a button. Users simply select their audio content (e.g. music, movie, game or voice) and then choose from many presets (i.e. rock music, classical, jazz, country, etc).
Enriches the audio performance of all content: Music, Video, Gaming, and more
Natural surround sound experience from desktop speakers, internal notebook speakers and headphones
Improved bass performance
Dialog clarity makes vocals easier to understand
Delivers a more lively and brilliant sound by highlighting the high frequency details originally presented in the audio source
Includes genre presets
Advanced controls allows customization to personal preference
Speaker output optimization to compensate and reposition audio placement for poorly placed speakers
Compatible with all media players: Windows Media Player, iTunes, RealPlayer, Winamp, and more
SRS Audio Sandbox - 64bit software
Release Date: 2010-01-16
|64bit Windows 7|
|64bit Windows 8|