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ARC (Anthem Room Correction) and Wireless Products

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

Created: Aug 27 2019 | Updated: Aug 27 2019

The information on this page pertains 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 Genesis (for Mac and PC)

  • Download and install the latest version of ARC Genesis to your Mac or Windows PC or laptop.
  • Make sure that your subwoofer is powered on.
  • Connect the subwoofer to your computer using a mini-USB to USB-A cable (12 foot recommended).
  • Connect your MartinLogan PBK or Anthem ARC  microphone to your computer using a mini-USB to USB-A cable (12 foot recommended)
  • Launch the ARC Genesis software and follow the software's prompts. 

 

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