High Performance Digital Acoustics, since 2003, for Pro audio / High-End HiFi / Luxury Home-Theatre / Cinema


The Optimizer loudspeaker/room optimization technology is at the heart of Trinnov’s products for professional studios, movie theaters, high-end Hi-Fi and home theaters. With its modern approach to acoustic measurements, analysis and processing, it solves the Loudspeaker/Room acoustic equation.

Trusted by the most demanding audio professionals

The Optimizer is the only acoustic optimization technology that has been recognized by worldclass sound engineers, movie theaters and audiophiles. Other technologies analyze and treat the room and the loudspeakers separately, but the Optimizer analyzes and compensates your reproduction system as a whole. Problems are identified, cross-analyzed and compensated with the most efficient and best-sounding compromise.

Automatic Measurement, Analysis and Compensation

The Optimizer includes a professional acoustic and speaker measurement system that handles true multipoint analysis. A detailed acoustic report is generated and displayed in a flexible interface that helps users highlight relevant information.

Once measurements are made, the Optimizer only takes a few seconds to compute the automatic compensation, no matter how complex the system layout is. This ease of implementation and the outstanding performance of the Optimizer technology largely contributed to Trinnov’s reputation in the professional industry all over the world.

Advanced fine tuning

Sound reproduction is very complex and subjective. Depending how far you want to dig into its features, the Optimizer is either a straightforward and easy-to-use automatic compensation system or an incredibly flexible and powerful tool, including numerous advanced filters parameters, target curves and manual eq’s, all being recomputable on the fly. By following an iterative installation procedure, the Optimizer achieves results beyond any expectations in record time.

Modern Acoustic Measurements in 3D

Unlike the old-fashioned real-time analysis and 1/3rd octave correction methods, the Optimizer uses MLS signals to measure the full impulse response of every loudspeaker in the room. This adds the time dimension to the frequency response, and enables the Optimizer to see the full picture of the loudspeaker’s behavior in the room. Trinnov’s 3D microphone identifies the real positions of the loudspeakers in 3D.

Cutting edge Acoustic Analysis and Processing

Trinnov’s state-of-the art time-frequency analysis algorithms identify room modes, first reflections and late reverberation. Every acoustic aspect is analyzed and compensated with a specific technique. All the subtlety of the Optimizer resides in knowing which defects can be corrected with acoustic transparency. Learn more

Acoustical Graphs

The Optimizer automatically generates complete PDF reports every time a preset is written. These reports can be downloaded from Trinnov processors to a USB stick or Hard Drives via FTP.
Report Example

Phase Response Improvements

The Optimizer improves the frequency response of the loudspeakers, both in amplitude and phase.Trinnov corrects the tonal balance to obtain a neutral timbre for every speaker, working in the time domain to achieve a high resolution stereophonic image with well-focused phantom sources. The loudspeaker’s sound (including the early reflections) and the room (energy response) are separately equalized, opening up the listening window.

Target Curve: Meet your loudspeakers characteristics

The Optimizer automatically defines the filters that will achieve the required frequency response defined by your target curve.This is particularly useful in post-production studios in order to comply with SMPTE standards (X-Curve). Phase and group delay targets can also be defined, making the Optimizer a unique tool for sound system designers.

Multi-point: Build a Wider Listening Area

Trinnov’s sophisticated multipoint algorithm can take into account the measurements of different positions to perform the optimization. A higher weighting may be assigned to the most important listening position(s), and lower weightings to the remaining points.