April 18, 2013 by EH Staff
Who says wireless audio can’t be high quality? NuVo Technologies is taking steps to ensure that by incorporating Audyssey Lab’s Dynamic Volume technology into its new Wireless Audio System.
Accessible through NuVo’s system control app, Audyssey’s Dynamic Volume control can be set to trim the highest and lowest decibels of an audio sample to meet a comfortable or desired listening range, according to the company.
“The simple truth is volume fluctuates even without touching a button,” says NuVo’s Vice President and General Manager, David Rodarte. “There are second-to-second differences in many musical arrangements that enhance the experience. But these can also be disruptive, depending on the listening environment. Audyssey’s Dynamic Volume enables us to put users in control of these situations, provides them with the ability to make adjustments, and delivers a superior listening experience.”
“It is our mission at Audyssey to develop advanced technologies that solve these difficult problems,” comments Audyssey CTO, Chris Kyriakakis. “By incorporating Audyssey Dynamic Volume capability into its Wireless Audio System, NuVo is delivering a superior listening experience, offering the listeners the power to customize for their environment without sacrificing quality.”
Audyssey’s Dynamic Volume technology was developed after research on how people make manual volume adjustments, and has been designed to anticipate volume changes and automatically make modifications so the user doesn’t have to. Dynamic Volume does this without compromising the recording’s fidelity by adjusting the peaks and valleys without disrupting the tonal balance. Users of NuVo’s new Wireless Audio System can establish preferred limits and enjoy a steady listening experience. The feature can also be easily switched off when desired.
Read a review of the NuVo Wireless Audio System here.
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