Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Audioholics Digs Deep Into ARC with Anthem's Nick Platsis and Dr. Peter Schuck

One of the most influential products that we have made at Anthem is ARC (Anthem Room Correction). If you're reading this blog, you are probably an Anthem fan boy and know what we're talking about. However, for many dabbling with A/V may not. Regardless of what your level of expertise is, Audoholics has just published a great read for those who want to dig deeper into the roots of ARC and what it's all about.

"When Anthem launched their proprietary Anthem Room Correction solution, commonly known as ARC, in 2007, it received widespread praise from many corners of the industry for a single reason: it worked and worked well.  Fast forward seven years later and most A/V enthusiasts are probably aware of many different room correction systems, including Anthem’s ARC."

"While room correction is becoming more wide-spread, what's less clear is how these systems actually work and the differences between each system.  Even the more knowledgeable audio buffs out there would be hard pressed to tell you the finer details of these systems i.e. what kind of filters they utilize, operational bandwidth, etc. So what did we do? We started peppering the purveyors of Room EQ products with questions in hopes of getting a clearer picture of what  they offer.
As part of our ongoing series on room correction solutions, Audioholics talked with Anthem's Dr. Peter Schuck and Nick Platsis about the various aspects of ARC. "

Click here! to read the ARC interview from Audioholics.
Click here! to learn more about ARC on the Anthem website.

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