INDIANAPOLIS, IN -- (Marketwire) -- 09/06/12 -- Audyssey, a leader in audio technology for the technology%2favr-audio">home, technology%2fcar-audio">automotive, technology%2fmobile-phone-audio">mobile and theater markets, today announced the latest upgrade to its award-winning technology%2fmulteq">MultEQ Pro. The company used the annual CEDIA Expo as the setting to release Version 3.6 of the software. The latest update brings Audyssey's industry-leading professional room correction technology to new top-line AVRs from Denon, Marantz, Integra and Onkyo.
MultEQ Pro 3.6 gives installers greater control of the system calibration and room equalization process. Installers can create custom target curves, adjust the settings of all Audyssey technologies and even provide a calibration certificate featuring before and after curves that detail the frequency response corrections made by the software. It takes MultEQ XT and MultEQ XT32 to the professional level. It's now available for these newly released AVRs:
MultEQ Pro is available only to registered installers at the Audyssey installer site. Login here and download the new software. The upgrade is available immediately. Consumers who are interested in having their AVR calibrated with MultEQ Pro can find a registered installer here.
Established in 2002, Audyssey is the industry leader in research-based audio technologies that correct acoustical problems in any listening environment. The company's technologies are integrated into leading home theater products, automobiles, TVs, mobile phones and movie theaters. Audyssey also produces a premier line of consumer audio products, including the Audio Dock for iPhone, digital Media Speakers and the Audio Dock Air. For more information, visit http://www.audyssey.com or follow us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/audyssey.
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