Audio Equalizer and Amplifier
domovnik last edited by
Add a Compressor/Limiter to this nice EQ and its perfect for all these Netflix and Amazon Prime Movies that come with very quiet Voices but loud effects and music. .
I use "Audio Channel" importet from Chrom currently on Opera but it has some bugs.
Bloort last edited by
works great on you tube. audio is broken now on bitchute. why does this extention need to read my browsing history? also "Allow this extension to read and change all your data on websites you visit" sounds kinda freaky too.
nizo last edited by
You are a legend!!! Finally I can listen proper audio on YT. It's amazing ... +/-20dB, that's fantastic. Only bug is at start only one speaker works but after moving the L/R balance it worked for both speakers.
CTH last edited by
The extension does its job fine but for some reason video gifs with sound on 9gag don't work regardless of the addon being enabled or not. After opening the video only in a separate page the sounds worked. Maybe some compatibility thingy between different extensions such as this plus adblockers.. After removing this extension I didn't have any problems.
fragger11 last edited by
Crashing in random time /vk .com
the-linker last edited by
Плагин стал крашить ВК по причине того, что страница начинает разжираться до 900мб и более, даже если не крутить ленту, а чисто музыку слушать. После удаления плагина проблема сохраняется! Это просто ужасно. Сейчас поставил его снова, в надежде что-то натыкать, лишь бы проблема ушла, ибо жутко тормозящий ВК и помирающие из-за нехватки памяти страницы - это совсем не то, что я хотел, устанавливая ваше приложение!
lzbl777 last edited by
funciona perfectamente y su ecualización es muy estable
BPHMT last edited by
Finally, rock/metal music sounds great on my laptop's speakers!
eminomeneko last edited by
Many videos out there are not really optimised for voice clarity. They don't have a good balance often with too much bass and lacking mids.
I was initialy wondering if Windows 10 has such feature. But this is a fairly nice solution.
mocmegas last edited by
Wow! did not expect such a sound from a small application! Excellent!
labarca176 last edited by
veamos que tal va..
ashura-uchiha last edited by
thats the best audio add on ive ever seen
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red last edited by
Super. Certainly the best audio addon for Opera.
My only gripe is that it break audio on some sites and it's forcefully disabled by others...
n4d4 last edited by
a simple yet very effective extension. the new update is spot on. thank you very much for this
akmh last edited by
Perfect - excellent, easy to use, no 100 sliders just the main ones, just what I wanted,
gxKelvin017 last edited by
Can anyone export a profile's settings for Heavy metal on a headset
nei1 last edited by
@bloort: That's a general description composed by someone's Marketing department. The add-on's creator should recognize the general description is kinda freaky and therefore provide an additional description that's more specific to this add-on. Perhaps something like "The add-on needs permission to poke into your tabs. However, during that process, no information is sent over the internet to to the add-on's creator or anyone."
nei1 last edited by
Just installed the equalizer. Thanks mucho. There was an instruction to close and reopen the tab that I want the equalizer to be active on. I did that, but the EQ was still inactive, and I got scared. I had to restart Opera, and then the EQ was active. Full disclosure: Windows 7. Perhaps the instruction needs to be updated. Having an equalizer is so fantastic, restarting the browser was no problem.
When I wave the mouse over an EQ slider, the mouse cursor changes to a big sloppy hand. A smaller, more precise mouse cursor would be more appropriate for the small slider controls. Maybe the extension could provide its own mouse cursor, perhaps a nice pointy arrow.
After playing with the EQ for a few seconds, I wanted to return the settings to Flat, but it wasn't a choice anywhere, and I got scared. It took me a while to find out that it's called Default. So, no problem.
I thought it would be helpful if there were a numerical readout for each slider, in dB's. It wouldn't have to be accurate, just something to make the sliders a little more quantifiable. Then I realized there are tick-marks every 5 dB's. That works 100% for me, don't need numerical readout anymore, so no problem.
In summary, I give the audio equalizer 5-stars-out-of-5.
Now I need better speakers, newer ears, and more World citizens demanding more progressive rock. And remember that just because your ears don't hurt doesn't mean the music's not too loud.