MathAudio Auto EQ for Winamp (formerly SonoReplicator for Winamp) 2.1.1 Review
Tired of putting on a pair of headphones or sitting by the speakers and hearing that same, tired old buzz? Hate losing the richness of what should be a good recording, but is instead muddled by the device it’s passing through?
Us too, which is why we’re happy to recommend MathAudio Auto EQ for Winamp (formerly SonoReplicator for Winamp) 2.1.1. Developed by MathAudio and supported by Windows XP, Vista, and 7, this downloadable plugin aims to correct sound deficiencies and provide the clearest version possible.
Since no two people are built alike, the equalizer also provides each user the capability to modify to his or her own ear. A manually adjustable compensation level means that everyone can find their own sweet spot for maximum sound transparency.
Additonally, double-precision floating point calculations are used for ultra-low noise and patented frequency response correction means maximum compensation accuracy. If you already know what that means, kudos to you; if not, trust us when we say it makes for lovely sound quality. No need to get a fancy microphone either: even a Behringer ECM8000 will get you accuracy to +/- 2 dB, enough for professional musical applications and the pros who use them.
A thirty day trial period allows users to test the product before fully committing, though we have a feeling they won’t need to look too deeply into the return policy: this is good stuff.
Windows XP / Vista / 7