Applying calibration on integrated devices

Export your calibration profile and run it directly on integrated hardware DSP level. Same calibrated sound but without the need to run the SoundID Reference software.

 

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Calibration profile export

The calibration profile export feature enables users to export a calibration profile to supported integration devices. The calibration will be running on the hardware DSP level, and the SoundID Reference software is no longer required to process the audio signal. The exported profile will also feature the settings you have applied (Custom Target, Dry/Wet, Translation Check, etc.).

To export, navigate to the output preset you wish to export, click on the three-dot menu (“⋯”)Export, and select one of the supported devices.

Note: Profile export functionality requires a permanent license of SoundID Reference (not available with trial licenses).

 

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Integration devices and calibration profile types

SoundID Reference supports a growing list of integrated devices. For more details, visit the SoundID Reference Integrations page:

 

Note: The profile upload software tools for the target devices may be provided by the integrated device manufacturers, featuring their own system requirements. Learn more in the articles listed above, or visit the manufacturer's product specification webpage.

 

 

How to export a calibration profile 

See our video for the calibration profile export process instructions:


Note: It is not possible to export the calibration profile to unintegrated devices.


What's included in the profile export?

The exported calibration profile will include the following information and DSP settings adjustments by default:

  • Calibration
  • Target Mode
  • Dry/Wet
  • Listening Spot
  • Limit Controls
  • Preset Name

 

The exported calibration profile will not include the following information (your target device may use its own processing solutions for these DSP features):

  • Output Gain: the gain control will take place on the integration device
  • Filter Type: processing will take place on the integration device, using its own filter solution
  • Safe Headroom: the values are exported in the profile, but might be applied differently on different integration devices

 

Note: Make sure that Calibration is Enabled before exporting the profile so that Calibration and all DSP settings are successfully included in the export.

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Note: For a detailed list of included parameters, click on the individual supported device descriptions above.

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