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Boom 3D

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Boom 3D for Mac brings in the best of your Mac’s audio output with its incredible 3D surround sound that works on any headphone for a Booming experience.

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With its innovative 3D audio technology, Boom 3D for Mac can completely transform the way you listen to music or watch movies. Normal stereo audio has a very limited specialness with left and right sound sources and hence feels less realistic. Boom with its unique sound staging algorithm extracts audio components from stereo track and adds incredible spatial effects by creating virtual sound sources to make audio listening on headphones magical and extremely realistic.

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