GEQ15P is a graphic equalizer plug-in for Windows Media Player 9 Series or later. It is built on the same technology adopted in ANWIDA Soft professional plug-ins.
By allowing the user to add up to 12 dB of boost or cut at any of 15 bands centered around ISO 2/3 octave frequencies from 20Hz to 20kHz, the GEQ15P extends consumers audio experience in Windows Media Player.
Either if you listen to MP3s, CDs, Internet Radio or watch DivX, GEQ15P gives you the opportunity to re-shape the character of virtually any sounds fed through it.
It turns your PC audio environment into an exclusive and professional stereo system. GEQ15P includes many equalizer presets designed to enhance different types of music and audio.
And, of course, you can adjust the equalizer manually to create your own custom preset. GEQ15P improves nearly all popular file formats. Some examples:- audio formats including: mp3, wma (Windows Media Audio), MPEG-4 (mp4, m4a), wav- CD playback- streaming audio formats including: Windows Media (wma, asx), MP3 stream (m3u, pls).
This means you can enhance hundreds of Internet Radio stations- audio of video formats including: DivX / XviD, avi, wmv (Windows Media Video), MPEG (mpeg, mpg, mp2).
GEQ15P improves the audio of films and Internet TVMain features:1. 15 bands (standard ISO 2/3 octave), constant Q equalizer2. freq. @ 25,40,63,100,160,250,400,630,1k,1.
Laws concerning the use of this software vary from country to country. We do not encourage or condone the use of this program if it is in violation of these laws.
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