How do we ensure the exceptional sound experience?

We achieve this through a speaker calibration method performed on each and every soundbar. This allows us to propose to you the first mainstream soundbar that sounds like a high-end system professionals would use.

We equalize the Acoustic Power Frequency Response of our Klear LAYLA soundbar’s loudspeakers, which for you means a unique, unadulterated sound experience – the best value on the market.
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About the technology

The APL speaker correction solution is based on the concept that a speaker’s performance should be assessed not by the sound pressure it generates, but by the sound (acoustic) energy (power) it emits.
With this technology, we get excellent sound quality for each speaker, since each model sounds different, even if manufactured in the same way. Almost all speaker manufacturers use conveyor-type calibration, i.e. all models are calibrated according to one principle where a device is normally placed at one point opposite the speaker and calibration is performed automatically based on the measurement of the sound pressure generated by the speaker.
Klear speakers use technology with much higher precision to help calibrate each speaker individually. A professional measures the performance of every speaker (how well the speaker reproduces tones of different pitches) so that it can be calibrated according to an original formula. This allows the speaker to play all tones equally well without changing the timbre of the recording or transmission tones (the sound is retained as it should be).

Klear’s use of this technology therefore enables listeners to hear each piece as it was recorded in the studio. All elements are played with equal force to ensure an excellent, clear sound.
The founder of Acoustic Power Lab has dedicated more than 18 years developing the main loudspeaker frequency characteristics correction technology, which is still being improved and perfected.
The founder of Acoustic Power Lab has received various awards, including the Excellence Prize at AES 2007 in New York, while Pro Sound News Europe deems SPFR (sound/acoustic power frequency response) correction technology to be one of the leading innovations in the field.

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