The design tool will provide a recommended room layout to optimise sound performance with Trinnov WaveForming Technology.

Trinnov Audio, global player in advanced audio processors for home theatre, high-end audio, and commercial cinemas, announces the launch of the WaveForming design tool. Designed for audio professionals and enthusiasts, this online tool simplifies the process of specifying room layouts that are scientifically sound and tailored to deliver the exceptional WaveForming audio experience.

WaveForming offers a solution to the most challenging aspect of home cinema: accurate low-frequency reproduction, which is often hindered by room modes. This product is designed to deliver clear and detailed bass even in rooms with difficult acoustics layouts. Unlike conventional acoustic design methods, Trinnov says WaveForming shifts the focus from merely treating room acoustics to proactively shaping them. It employs advanced algorithms to optimise the interaction between multiple subwoofers and the listening environment, a method recognised with multiple industry awards for its effectiveness and innovation.

Executing a room designed with WaveForming technology can be intimidating, however, requiring precise measurements and calibration to function optimally. The new WaveForming design tool aims to simplify this complexity, empowering dealers, distributors, enthusiasts and industry professionals to explore what it would be like to implement WaveForming within their project space. The tool allows users to identify the optimal number and arrangement of subwoofers for their specific space.

“WaveForming is a massive change in the way home theatres are designed. We are excited to facilitate the adoption of this exciting technology by publishing this complimentary web tool, so that more people can confidently specify WaveForming for their projects,” says Arnaud Laborie, co-founder and CEO of Trinnov Audio.

The design tool is available now through the Trinnov Audio website and is one of several free resources Trinnov has rolled out to support the adoption of this advanced technology, including its WaveForming Subwoofer Placement Guidelines, the Early Access Program, and a comprehensive on-demand webinar: Trinnov Audio – Waveforming Guidelines Explained.

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