Boom 3D: Surround Sound Audio

Developer: Global Delight Technologies Pvt. Ltd

Current Version: 1.1.1

Last Updated: 1 month ago

Download Size: 24.9 MB - Download


Boom 3D: The Best Audio Enhancer with 3D Surround Sound

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Boom 3D is an all-new pro audio app that delivers rich and intense audio with 3D surround sound that makes any kind of headphones sound better!

This premium version boasts of handcrafted Equalizer Presets, advanced Audio Effects and a toggle-friendly Intensity Slider that gives full control to the users for fine-tuning the audio as per their liking.

Designed only for OS 10.10.3 and later, Boom 3D self-calibrates according to the type of Mac to offer a genuinely personalized experience to the users.
The app has been fortified with an Application Level Volume Control, which helps the users to adjust volume each application wise.
The app has a sleek interface with clean, minimal graphics that is easy to use.

Boom 3D has a built-in Mini Audio Player with a simple drag and drop feature to add music effortlessly. It supports audio formats like mp3, m4a, alas, ogg, diff, caf, and wav.

In addition, with the help of an optional Audio Component, which works akin to the volume controls on your Mac, Boom 3D can effortlessly optimize any audio coming out of your system on a system-wide basis with Equalizers and Audio effects; for a crisper, clearer and much better sounding experience.

The best part is that you also get to access Boom 3D features from anywhere within your house or at work. The ‘Boom Remote’ can be installed on your iPhone and iPad to control Boom 3D and your Mac’s default volume level, Boom 3D's Equalizers and Effects. In addition, you can manage the playback controls of Spotify, VLC, QuickTime and iTunes! This is perfect for those looking to sit back, relax and enjoy their Mac’s media capabilities without making a move.

Support: Write to us at [email protected] in case of any queries. We are happy to help!

Note: Boom 3D may not work when AirPlay and FaceTime is enabled or running on your Mac.

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Release Notes:

What’s New in Version 1.1.1

•Introducing a new feature, Soft Rendering, which softens the loud low and high frequency sounds to provide rich soothing 3D experience.
•Fixed defects specific to High Sierra.
•Added USB option in Settings
•Audio quality improvements


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 1.0.1
Review by Todd_Martin

Really Like Boom - I have had Boom from 1, 2, and now 3d …. While i say that i love the apps and quality of the sound, this one is not an intuitive install from the App Store. Know that once downloaded you will need to drag an audio file into the app to get started, it will then ask you to download additional stuff to make it completely work as default sound. Either this should be made clear via a pop up upon first opening or just install the full thing from the start. I downloaded the demo version from their site and it installs everything as 1 package. All that being said, once it is setup, this is awesome, even using the built in speakers on the MacBook Pro, a great enhancement. Worth the download and the $

Found helpful by 18 out of 23 people
Version 1.0.2
Review by Rsdtyler4544

WON’T EVEN RUN - Waste of money developers fix this asap.

Found helpful by 8 out of 20 people

More Reviews for Current Version

Version 1.1.1
Review by philopod

So Worth It - I have been so satisfied with Boom 2 that I didn’t think twice about buying Boom 3D as soon as it came out. Boom 3D is essential if you enjoy wearing headphones and want to shape that soundspace as you like it. Global Delight’s audio enhancements raise the sound quality so significantly that I won’t listen to music on my MBP without it. I have it set as a start-up app, and it does add a few seconds to start-up time, but its RAM and CPU usage are very reasonable. The one time I used customer service (for a problem which was the result of my own confusion) I received the pertinent information in a timely, personal email response.

Found helpful by 1 out of 1 people
Version 1.1.1
Review by andrewttrott

Worth it! - I’ve been uisng Boom for several years, and it has always been great. I was a bit skeptical of Boom 3D, but it deserves all the hype! This app brings the audio on my Macbook Pro to life! Its like I’ve been listening in black and white, and 3D turned the color on. Buy it and enjoy!

Found helpful by 0 out of 0 people
Version 1.1.1
Review by Someotherotherotherdude

Excellent update! - Really love the new soft rendering feature! As for the app in general, I love it. I’m hearing new notes and things in music and albums I’ve listened to a thousand times before. Worth the few buck for the amount of controll and custimisation once you figure out the tiny learning curve for the features and frequencies.

Found helpful by 0 out of 0 people
Version 1.1.1
Review by Diego8088

Excellent Sound! - The sonud is much better using this app. It has a totally distinct quality that can be compared with the regular audio when you turn the app off and then on again in the middle of a song. I love it.

Found helpful by 0 out of 0 people
Version 1.1.1
Review by ms3***

Good options, lots of distortion with external DAC, frustrating interface - When I connect headphones to the MacBook headphone jack the app works as expected. However I use an external DAC/Amp using USB. In this setting I’m getting distortion when using the app and audio driver. I can adjust the volume and sound boost to reduce the distortion, but it seems like it’s still there. And no, I don’t have any other software intalled that’s interfering with the app. Finally, the interface is really frustrating. The designers decided to make the app function as a toolbar icon rather than a dock-based app. This is fine until you realize that you can’t make any changes to the EQ settings and tab back and forth with the music apps. As soon as you tab to another app the equalizer settings window dissappears and to get it back you have to do two additional steps. To the developers: thanks for the response. I still get some distortion with the boost off and iTunes volume at 50% using a Schiit audio Jutunheim. This only occurs when engaging the EQ setting. I think as long as I keep the EQ db low enough I don’t get distortion. However the 3d and other sound effects sound distorted to me. As for using a hot key to access the EQ: I think you just argued my point for me. Having to invoke a hot key just to get back to the EQ every time I make any changes to the iTunes volume or scrub back in the song to hear the difference with an alternative EQ setting is extremely awkward and frustrating. Please consider making a free floating EQ window.

Found helpful by 0 out of 0 people