If you're one of those that consider that the low sounds in Chrome aren't adjusted too well, or that they're too flat and you want to give your own touch to the sound of web pages of the likes of YouTube, you've got a reason to celebrate, because here goes an extension for Google's browser that will definitely bring a smile to your face.
Audio EQ is a tiny equalizer that can be embedded into Chrome and with which you can adjust the sound frequencies of all the webs that use HTML5-based players, so all old pages that still use Flash or Silverlight aren't compatible with this add-on.
YouTube, Grooveshark, and many other music services have been using HTLM5 for quite some time.
Adjust the sound with all the presets
There's no need to be a music expert to demand more from the audio of the websites you visit, therefore, Audio EQ offers you loads of presets so you can check out which one adapts to your needs the most.
- Full Bass.
- Full Bas & Treble.
- Full Treble.
- Laptop Speakers.
- Large Hall.
- Soft Rock.
But like the majority of tools, it has also been conceived for more advanced users: you can create your own settings and save them to use them on the web of your choice in the easiest of manners. Create your preset and save it without further complications.
But, what's an audio equalizer all about?
An equalizer is a device that modifies the volume of the frequency content of the signal it's processing, being able to modify different parameters of the sound thanks to the separation of frequencies. Thanks to the latter we can vary the intensity of basic tones.