SoundID Can Custom Tune 400+ Audio Devices To Your Hearing Preferences

Apr 3, 2020

Category: Tech

Everyone in the world has different needs and/or desires regarding vision, diet/flavors, exercise, clothing sizing, etc. We also exist in a time when there are seemingly more custom options for all of these things than ever before. But there is one individual sensory experience that seems to have been left out: hearing. The folks at SoundID are looking to fix that, however, with their revolutionary new app.

Compatible with both iOS and Android devices and based on the single largest sound preference survey of all time, this app works like a sort-of digital sound tech that fits between your streaming services and/or music apps and your ears. And while some brands have created sound-shaping apps for specific devices, this one is non-brand-specific and is compatible with over 400 different audio devices ranging from studio headphones to workout earbuds, to car stereos, and even home speakers and smart devices. All you have to do is take a short guided exam, kind of like you would at the optometrist, to find the exact right soundscape for your ears. Following that, you simply put on your favorite tunes and you can experience personalized sound like never before. Best of all: it’s totally free.

Learn More: SoundID

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