Ears Audio Toolkit 1.3.10 CRX for Chrome

Ears Audio Toolkit CRX for Chrome

Ears Audio Toolkit CRX for Chrome is a free Fun extension. This extension is developed and published by Vaux Audio. Find, Download, and Install the latest and old CRX versions from here.

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Free Browser Extension Version: 1.3.10
Star rating: 4.5 Out Of 5 Offline: No
Filename: ears-audio-toolkit.crx Updated: February 23, 2022

About Ears Audio Toolkit

Ears Audio Toolkit CRX for Chrome

EQ any audio you find on the web, live! Crank the bass, dim the highs, up the vocals: all with Ears!

Ears Audio Toolkit is a volume booster and graphic equalizer. With Ears, you can alter the EQ of any and all tabs at the same time! Just navigate to any website with audio, open Ears, then drag the dots to raise or lower the filters.

Ears works with ANY audio on ANY website 🙂

Your current tab will be EQed by default when opening the extension.

You can now SEE the audio and your changes in real-time using the Spectrum Visualizer!

A catalogue of presets sorted by headphone type and genre of music is coming soon!

UPDATE 1.3.10:
Fix for computers with increased font size.

UPDATE 1.3.0:
Introducing Ears Pro!

UPDATE 1.2.16:
Fix scrolling on Windows.

UPDATE 1.2.12:
UI improvements.

UPDATE 1.2.8:
Fixed choppy / pitch-shifted audio caused when the system’s sample rate changed.
Added some latency improvements.

UPDATE 1.2.7:
Added fullscreen and normal-screen bug fixes. Please report any additional fullscreen-related problems.

UPDATE 1.2.1:
Drag the middle line for a volume slider. Be careful, it is powerful!
Save and delete named presets!
Adjust filter Q parameter by holding shift and dragging up and down on the dot.
Performance optimizations.

Use the left- and right-most filters (controlled with the dots) to affect all of the lows or all of the highs. Then tweak the middle frequencies with the inner filters.

If the music clips, try sliding the volume line down.

Ears works with any website!
Enjoy!

Upcoming Features:
Per-tab stereo panning
Auto-EQ specific sites

Developed by Kevin King

Acknowledgements:
Biquad/Shelf filter equations: Nigel Redmon at earlevel.com

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