Soundid On iPhonesSource: Sonarworks

What you need to know

  • SoundID now supports AirPods Pro and Powerbeats Pro.
  • A ton of new headphones have been added, bringing the total to 406.
  • SoundID customizes audio to suit your and your headphones.

Sonarworks has today announced that its SoundID technology now supports Apple's AirPods Pro and Beats Powerbeats Pro for the first time. The additions are joined by several other headphones, with more users than ever now able to enjoy the audio customization used by "Grammy Award winning music creators in more than 45,000 professional recording studios" around the world.

By including a raft of new headphones, SoundID now offers personalized via a huge 406 different types of headphones, with the software making sure everything sounds just right depending on the headphones used and the person who is listening to them.

Soundid On Multiple IphonesSource: Sonarworks

Based on your headphones (calibrating each headphone to deliver sound the way an artist intended in the studio), unique hearing ability and listening preferences, SoundID identifies your perfect sound, limiting the need to purchase a new pair of headphones.

The list of headphones that are supported as of today include:

  • Beats Powerbeats Pro
  • Apple AirPods Pro
  • Bose Frames Alto
  • Bose 700
  • Sennheiser HD 6XX
  • Sennheiser HD 58X
  • KZ ZS10 Pro
  • KZ ES4
  • KZ ZSN
  • KZ ZS10
  • TiN Audio T2 Pro
  • Shure SE846
  • RHA S500 Universal
  • RHA MA390 Universal
  • MEE audio M6 PRO
  • RHA MA750 Wireless
  • RHA T20
  • 1More Dual Driver ANC Pro
  • Marshall Monitor II A.N.C.
  • Beyerdynamic Lagoon ANC
  • Klipsch T5 True Wireless
  • LG QuadBeat 3
  • LG EMB-LGE53

AirPods ProSource: Apple

How it works:

  • Download the free SoundID app from the iOS or Google Play Store to identify your SoundID profile with a simple in-app test.
  • Download the SoundID Listen app on Mac or Windows and easily connect and transfer your SoundID profile, which is stored in the cloud.
  • Enjoy and rediscover your music, movies and games with truly personalized sound through your favorite headphones.

Those looking to take SoundID for a spin can find out more information on the SoundID website, with a full rundown of supported headphones also available.