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Hear, improve audio quality in movies on Mac OS X

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Sound Improvement for iTunes, Sound Enhancement for Mac, 3D Sound,Equalizer for Mac. Hear greatly improves audio quality in movies and music throughout all of your Mac OS X applications. With Hear, music is richer, movie sound and dialog is clearer and games will blow you out of your chair!

Features
3D Sound
Like movies? like’em more with virtual cinema quality sound experience. Sound will approach you from all angles, even from behind. You are there with Hear.
Equalizer
Perfect your sound with Hear’s studio quality N-band equalizer with built-in peak limiter. You’ve got control.
Speaker Correction
Control speaker resonance to increase frequency range and enhance sound.
Center Channel Control
Control the volume and width of the sound coming from your own virtual center-stage for performance-grade audio effects. A concert in your house.
Virtual Subwoofer
No Sub? No problem. Let Hear use your existing speakers to boost your bass. Don’t you need more thump in your life?
Ambience
Fine tune reverb to emulate any venue from phone booth to concert hall. Either way, it’s music to your ears.
Fidelity control
Music the way it was meant to be heard. Restore frequency, coloring and intensity lost during the recording process. Put more “hi” in your “fi”.
Much more
Hear can control the volume and quality of each application independently. You can control enable and disable each effect independently. You can apply the effects in any order for dramatic results. You can define and recall presets at any time. You can enjoy Hear’s effects through your computer’s speakers, headphones and external speakers. And you can do it all in an easy-to-understand user interface.

Version 1.1.1
Added support for MPlayerX
Improved compatibility with certain applications
Improved performance when Mixer is active

Release name
Hear.v1.1.1.MAC.OSX-P2P
Size
5MB
Links
Homepage

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