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You don't like the low sound effects in Chrome and want your own unique touch on the sounds of webpages such as YouTube. Here's an extension that Google has created for Chrome that'll bring a smile to everyone's face.

AudioEQ can be embedded in Chrome . It allows you to adjust sound frequencies for all HTML5-based webs. This add-on is not compatible with Flash and Silverlight pages.

All presets can be used to adjust the sound

You don't need to be an expert in music to expect more audio from websites that you visit. AudioEQ allows you to test which preset best suits your requirements.

  • Default.
  • Classical.
  • Dub.
  • Dance.
  • Full bass.
  • Complete Bas & Triple
  • Triple.
  • Headphones.
  • Laptop speakers
  • Large hall
  • Live.
  • Party.
  • Pop.
  • Reggae.
  • Ska.
  • Soft.
  • Soft Rock.
  • Techno.

It has been designed for advanced users. You can save your settings to be used on any website you choose. Save your preset without any further steps.

What is an audio equalizer?

A equalizer is a device that alters the volume frequency content in the signal it processes. It can modify various parameters of sound due to the seperation of frequencies. The latter allows us to adjust the intensity of the basic tones.