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KRK Systems ERGO — Firmware and Software Updates

KRK has announced the release of firmware and software updates for its ERGO stand-alone hardware room acoustics correction system.

KRK Systems has announced the release of firmware and software updates for its ERGO (Enhanced Room Geometry Optimization) stand-alone hardware room acoustics correction system. In addition to these updates, KRK ERGO now offers support for Microsoft Windows 7 (64 and 32-bit) and Apple Mac OSX Snow Leopard operating systems.
At $499 street, ERGO not only provides room correction, but four monitor outputs, a headphones output, a pair of analog line inputs and an S/PDIF input. The new firmware/software updates also allow the recording source to be dynamically switched between the analog and digital inputs. ERGO’s documentation has been updated to highlight the possibilities of ERGO as both an audio interface with built in room correction, or a stand-alone system which can be integrated onto the back end of any existing audio hardware. ERGO is capable of correcting two sets of studio monitors or a full 2.1 system with discrete control of the subwoofer. The room correction can correct both the sweet spot and the entire room, and the user can dynamically switch between the two when others are in the room.
ERGO utilizes the RoomPerfect algorithm licensed from Lyngdorf Audio. Developed in Denmark, this technology uses highly complex test tones, multiple measurements and over one thousand EQ points to control the audio environment. The system can derive data on room modes, power response, directivity and LF roll-off, which other modes of correction do not account for.
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Price: Free and $799 list (firmware/software update and ERGO unit, respectively)
Contact: KRK Systems |