ARC (Anthem Room Correction) and Wireless Products

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How do I run ARC (Anthem Room Correction) on my Wireless Product?

Created: Sep 28 2015 | Updated: Aug 24 2018

The information on this page pertains the the following ARC compatible products

  • Bravado
  • Cadence
  • Forte
  • Unison
  • Verse

ARC Mobile (iOS)

  • Download ARC Mobile from the iOS App Store
  • Check to make sure you are running the latest version of firmware and that you Play-Fi app is up to date.
  • Make sure that the wireless audio device that you are trying to run ARC for is powered on and connected to the same network as your Windows PC or laptop.
  • Follow the prompts that ARC Mobile provides.

    ARC Mobile (Android)

    • Download ARC Mobile from the Google Play Store
    • Check to make sure you are running the latest version of firmware and that you Play-Fi app is up to date.
    • Make sure that the wireless audio device that you are trying to run ARC for is powered on and connected to the same network as your Windows PC or laptop.
    • Follow the prompts that ARC Mobile provides.

    ARC-2 (for PC)

    • Download the latest version of ARC to your Windows PC or laptop.
    • Check to make sure you are running the latest version of firmware and that you Play-Fi app is up to date.
    • Make sure that the wireless audio device that you are trying to run ARC for is powered on and connected to the same network as your Windows PC or laptop.
    • After running ARC installation open the ARC software on your computer and plug the ARC microphone into your PC using the included USB cable.
    • Click "1. Measure" 
    • A list of your compatible devices should appear in the middle of the screen. The left column should display the name you have given your device. If it has not updated you may need to power cycle your wireless audio device. 
    • Follow the prompts that ARC provides. 

     

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